Ghana Premier League side Dreams FC have appointed former assistant coach of the club, Winfred Dormon as the first team manager, the club has confirmed.

Dormon who is an ex-player of the club has risen to the position of head coach after serving under so many managers as assistant.

Before his appointment, Dormon handled the side in an acting role in the last four games of the NC Special Competition, winning three games and drawing one.

Dormon takes over from Finnish coach Joha Pasoja who departed the club over family engagements in his native country.

Dormon holds a CAF Licence B badge and boasts of an incredible coaching path.

Until his return, he steered Division One League outfit Proud United to the second round of the Tier 2 competition.

The former U-17 star also assisted Charles K Akonnor for three years riot to the team’s debut qualification to the Ghana Premier League.

He had also served under Coach Henry Wellington and current youth development manager for Dreams FC, Abdul Karin Zito as deputy manager.

He has been tasked with scouting and building a refreshing squad for next season’s premier league campaign.

Meanwhile Dormon is expected to soon announce his back room staff in the coming days.

Source: Dreamsfc