Dreams Football Club’s Vice President, Prince Abdul Hamid, has acknowledged that the club faces financial challenges in its bid to participate in continental competitions.
Despite the financial constraints, the Dawu-based club concluded the 2022/23 Ghanaian football season on a positive note by clinching one of the two available domestic trophies.
In an impressive display, Dreams FC secured a 2-0 victory over King Faisal in the MTN FA Cup final, held at the Dr. Kwame Kyei Sports Complex, earning them the title of Champions.
As a result of this Cup triumph, the Ghana Premier League outfit is set to represent the country in the upcoming CAF Confederation Cup.
During an interview with Asempa FM, Vice President Prince Abdul Hamid expressed the team’s readiness to represent Ghana. However, he candidly admitted that the club lacks the financial resources to finance the campaign.
“We don’t have money to participate but we are ready,” Prince Abdul Hamid said.
While Dreams FC will be competing in the CAF Confederation Cup, Medeama SC has also earned the opportunity to represent Ghana in the CAF Champions League. Both clubs face the challenge of securing the required financial support to embark on their continental campaigns.