Ghana Premier League side, Dreams FC, have appointed Serbian trainer, Vladislav Viric, as the club’s new head coach.
The UEFA License A holder replaces Karim Zito, who will continue to serve as the Technical Director, at the dugout of the Still Believe lads.
The 44-year-old has already started work with the Dreams FC squad and will lead them in their Ghana Premier League week eight game against Ebusua Dwarfs at Dawu.
The former Vision FC coach says he’s already familiar with the structures at the club and will work hard to deliver good results.
“I met the owners of Dreams FC during my stay here with Vision FC. We built a great relationship, which I am hoping to continue,” he said, as quoted by footballmadeinghana.com.
“Dreams FC are a Premier League Club and I know it comes with extra responsibility, but I promise to deliver.”
Viric believes the club is stocked with talent already but not scoring to reflect the quality, something he hopes to work on improving the position of the team on the league log.
“Dreams FC have a lot of quality players, but the results aren’t reflecting the quality of football we play.
“Football is about goals, and we have to play for goals. We will play for every point and make sure we improve as a team to achieve the club’s goals.”