The Chief Executive Officer for Bofoakwa Tano, Alexander Ababio, says they will have to beef up the squad ahead of their return to the Ghana Premier League after a 16-year absence.
Their promotion was a huge accomplishment for the team, which was relegated at the end of the 2006/2007 season.
The Sunyani-based side defeated Eleven Wonders on penalties 7-6 at the Accra Sports Stadium to secure the final spot in the top flight for next season.
He said that there are plans to restructure the technical team as well as strengthen the squad in order to compete in the 2023/24 Premier League season.
“Now, we have to get some recruitment done for the new season, we have to get about five or six players,” the club’s CEO told CitiSports.
“We have to also beef the technical team up, we have to get a new coach because the current coach is a license B holder, who cannot coach in the premier league.
“With all these shake-ups, I think we can survive in the Ghana Premier League.”
Bofoakwa Tano join Nations FC and Kpando Heart of Lions who were champions of their respective zones as the three new entrants for next season’s premier league.