CAF Confederation Cup: GFA boss Kurt Okraku visits Dreams FC ahead of Zamalek decider

Published on: 24 April 2024

Ghana Football Association (GFA) president Kurt Okraku has paid a courtesy visit to Dreams FC ahead of their crucial clash against Zamalek in the CAF Confederation Cup  semifinal second leg.

Maintaining a close connection with the Ghanaian FA Cup champions as a member of their board of directors, Okraku expressed confidence in Dreams FC's ability to bring pride to the nation with their performance.

Dreams FC, aiming to end a 20-year drought by becoming the first Ghanaian club to reach the final of a CAF interclub competition, faces Zamalek after a goalless draw in the first leg in Cairo last weekend.

With an unbeaten record in Kumasi, boasting three wins and a draw, Dreams FC are poised to secure victory on home turf.

Ahead of the crucial encounter, Okraku and club president Jiji Alifo extended their blessings and encouragement to the team, as shared by the club on social media.

The outcome of the match will determine Dreams FC's fate, with a victory propelling them to the final, while a scoring draw would see Zamalek progress.

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