Deputy coach of Dreams FC, Winfred Dormon is well aware of the fact that they need to improve as the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League wears on.
The “Still Believe” Boys have cheaply given out some three points to opponents which could have gone their way had they concentrated.
Dreams FC suffered a 3-1 loss to Bechem United in week five despite starting the game on a good note and taking the lead five minutes into the first half from the boot of Ali Huzaif at the Nana Fosu Gyeabour Park.
Former Asante Kotoko forward, Augustine Okrah struck the second nail into Dreams fc’s coffin with 54 minutes played before Obuoba Yaw Dadis finished off with the third in the 68th minute.
Winfred Dormon said after the loss: “The game is a teacher, the game teaches us so going forward into the next game, we will have to improve in our next game.
“There is nothing you can talk about in this game [against Bechem United]because, I mean we’ve lost, we have to look forward to the next game.
“But there were a lot of positives so far as Dreams FC were concerned.
“We have shown that we can create but we also need more quality in the final third and defensively I think we were also poor, we lost a bit of concentration and I think it really cost the team.” Winfred Dormon said.
The win meant that Bechem United held on to their hundred percent home record with Dreams FC giving away another three points out of lack of concentration.
Dreams FC produced a similar result against league leaders, Asante Kotoko who canceled a goal down to beat them 3-1 at the Accra Sports Stadium in week one.
The club, bankrolled by the current Ghana FA boss, Kurt Okraku, have now collected seven points from five games and seated 7th on the league table.
They will return to the Dawu Park in match week six against Bibiani Gold Stars who have made an impressive start to their premier league debut.