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Abukari Damba optimistic of Dreams survival

Goalkeepers’ trainer of Dreams FC, Abukari Damba, is confident the Dawu-based club will escape relegation, despite their recent slump in the Ghana Premier League.

Damba, who switched camp from Accra Hearts of Oak, believes the club will bounce back as the topflight progresses.

Currently 7th on the league log with 26 points, Dreams have won one and lost two of their last three matches in the topflight.

“We have quality players and our players really play quality football,” Damba said.

“It’s just about showing some character I believe to whip up their sentiment to let them show some character and to deal with certain situations as and when they come in the game.
“I believe we will learn from our lessons and formulate the necessary tactics to deal with such situations.

“We are working out. I believe CK Akunnor has the capacity and the ability to do that.”
Dreams has won seven, lost six and drawn five of 18 games played this season.

They play as guests to Liberty Professionals in their next match on Sunday.

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