Accra, March 31, GNA
- The head coach of Dreams FC, Charles K. Akunnor, has said the game between his
side and West Africa Football Academy (WAFA), would be a tough task for them,
taking into consideration the impressive form of the Sogakope side.
Dreams FC would play host to WAFA on Sunday, April 3, at the Dawu Park, in week six of the Ghana Premier League, with WAFA occupying the fourth position, whilst Dreams FC is on the sixth position.
Akunnor, in an interview with GNA Sports, said, he was anticipating a tough game, though they would be playing at home.
“WAFA is a good side, very organized and well composed, they like to hold on to the ball and pass it around just like we do, but we have studied their weaknesses and would capitalize on that,” he noted.
Akunnor said “we are not going to be complacent, we respect them a lot, so we are leaving no stone unturned to make sure we win that game".
He urged their fans to fill the stands to support the team to secure the maximum points at stake.
Dreams FC go into the game with eight points from five games with WAFA on nine points.