Dreams FC to honour longest serving player
Dreams FC to honour longest serving player

Dreams FC to honour longest serving player

Dreams FC has announced on Thursday, April 11 that the club will honour striker Eric Gawu with his testimonial set to take place in August. 

The club's Executive Chairman Kurt Okraku confirmed they will organize a testimonial for the striker who has been one of their long-serving players.

He is part of the club's success stories in their ten years of operation.

Gawu joined the club in 2013 in the Division One League and helped them gain promotion to the top-flight.

He previously played for King Faisal, Hearts of Oak, Al Sadd (Qatar) and Israeli duo Hapoel Ashkelon and Bnei Sakhnin.

Gawu also represented Ghana as a youth international after playing for the U23 side.

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