Ghana Premier League side Dreams FC have announced Philemon McCarthy has rejoined the club.
Leading Ghanaian outlet confirms that veteran goalkeeper has earned himself a deal worth over two years.
“McCarthy has signed a two-and-a-half year deal with the Still Believe side for a second stint,” posted the publication.
McCarthy, who is a WAFA Academy development product, also returns from a playing stint in Israel for Hapoel Afula where he earned solid respect.
“The former Hearts of Oak goalkeeper left Dreams FC in 2018 after mutually terminating his contract. The one-time Black Stars goalie played on loan at Israeli club Hapoel Afula in 2017 and became an instant hero by helping the club to finish mid table with some catchy performances.
“McCarthy had his spell at Dreams FC in the second round of the 2015/2016 Ghana Premier League season and put up splendid performances which included scoring a long range effort against New Edubiase at the Dawu park,” concluded the report.