Managing Director of Paradise Pac Water, Kweku Obeng has confirmed that Black Stars Captain, Asamoah Gyan, will make a donation to Dreams FC for qualifying to the elite division and winning the GHALCA G8 tournament.
Gyan, who is the owner of Paradise Pac Water, partnered Dreams FC as the official sponsors of the club last season.
Speaking to the media at M PLAZA Hotel in Accra, Kweku Obeng, popularly known as Papa Maestro said: “Asamoah Gyan is elated about the GHALCA Top 8 victory of Dreams FC”.
“The Black Stars captain promised the team an amount if they secure qualification and he has brought it together with an amount to them for winning the G8.
“Paradise Pac is proud of Dreams FC as we want to always be associated with a winning brand. This sponsorship can go on for five years and beyond,” he added.
Meanwhile, Vice Chairman of the Premier League Board, George Amoako, has heaped praises on Dreams FC for their professionalism.
The Dawu-based club has hit the ground running after securing qualification to the elite division and have taken advantage of modern trends to re-brand the club.
“I’ve never seen professionalism from any club in this country like what Dreams Football Club are showing currently.
“We have a lot to do in the Premier League, it’s about time all the clubs start behaving the way Dreams are behaving,” he told Class Sports.
Dreams FC defeated Hearts of Oak to win the GHALCA G8 tournament at the Cape Coast Stadium.