Ghana Premier League (GPL) powerhouse Accra Hearts of Oak have joined the celebration of the fellow premier league counterpart Dreams FC, as the Dawu based club turns 11 years today.
Founded by current Ghana Football Association President Kurt. E. S. Okraku, Mohammed Jiji Alifoe (current club president) and Vice President, Prince Abdul Hamid, the club was birthed on a day like today, July 14, 2009 at Kweiman in the Greater Accra region, before being moved to its current location at Dawu (also in the Greater Accra region) where a chunk of its success stories originated.
It is suitable to mention that the club has lived up its dreams and the visions with which it was established, and while they zoom into celebrant mood with joyous appreciation of their uncompromising efforts that have brought them this far, Accra Hearts of Oak, factually the oldest club among the 18 clubs of the GPL, have joined their “younger siblings” in their worthy celebration.
Hurray! Our younger sibling, @DreamsFootballC#Dreams FC celebrates their 11th anniversary today. As the standard marker in Ghana football, we always like to support growing one’s (SIC) to impact the life’s (SIC) of footballers”, Hearts of Oak stated via their official twitter account.
Until his election as President of the Ghana Football Association in October last year, Kurt. E. S. Okraku was the Executive Chairman Dreams FC during when he championed the execution of professionalism in football administration which projected the club in the eyes of the football lovers.
Dreams FC have not just made an imprint on the ranking files of Ghana football, but have demonstrated the zeal to add up to what have been achieved as they move from grace to grace.
As Ghana most trusted and reliable sports website, holding onto the mission to promote and contribute immensely to the developmental growth of sports in the country, ghanasportspage.com will like to join Hearts of Oak in celebrating one of Ghana’s fast growing football club, Dreams FC. Happy 11th Anniversary.