Dawu-based Ghana Premier League side Dreams FC, have announced the appointment of Ignatius Ose-Fosu as the club’s new head coach.
The former Techiman Eleven Wonders Medeama SC gaffer, replaces Serbian tactician Vladislav Viric as the new boss of the club.
Vladislav Viric parted ways with the club and Ghana U-20 manager Abdul Karim Zito has since been leading the club for their league and FA matches.
“We are pleased to announce that Ignatius Osei-Fosu Kwame has been appointed as the manager of the club, he replaces technical director Abdul Karim Zito who will revert to his original advisory role.” the Dawu-based club tweeted.
Ignatius has been unattached since stepping down from the Medeama job few months ago after signing a three year deal in August 2021.
Coach Fosu is a member of the national U17 technical bench alongside Maxwell Konadu and Wilfred Dormon.
By: D. N. A. MENSAH, Daily Mail GH