Ghana Premier League club Dreams FC have been bolstered by the addition of goalkeeper Philemon McCarthy on a two-year-contract.
The shot-stopper has made a return to the club he left seasons ago.
The Dawu-based club on Thursday revealed that they have added the former Hearts of Oak goalkeeper to their team as his experience is needed to aid the team in the second round of the league.
He becomes that latest member to join the Still believe lads after Abel Manomey.
“Dreams Football Club is pleased to announce the return of its very own Philemon McCarthy after the experienced goalkeeper signed a two and half year contract with the club,” a club statement read
The legendary goalkeeper’s comeback is considered as a homecoming signing since this becomes the second time he is rejoining the club following his earlier return in 2018.
McCarthy returned to Dreams during the 2017/18 season after having had a short stint with Israeli club Afula FC and is famously remembered by the StillBelieve fans for his historic strike against New Edubiase FC at the Theatre of Dreams, Dawu during the 2016 Ghana Premier League season.
Abel Manomey reveals why he joined Dreams FC
Abel Manomey has revealed why he snubbed other clubs to sign for Dreams FC in the just ended transfer window.
Manomey last week completed a move to the Dawu based club on a two-year-contract after ending his stay with Great Olympics.
Speaking after his move, the striker has disclosed that he was convinced by the team’s project and plans hence his decision to the club.
According to him, despite the several offers on the table, the one from Dreams FC looked the most appealing.
“Well I thing the first one was the approach that they gave because of how they saw that I could be very important to the team at this time of the season and what they put on the table was also a factor and then I had to do a lot of consultations because I have already spoken to a lot of clubs and I’d a verbal agreement with Great Olympics but after consultations we all came to a consensus that i needed a fresh environment and challenge,” Manomey told Citi FM.