Astute Sports Administrator and Aduana Stars CEO, Albert Commey, has reportedly resigned from his post as the Executive chairman of the club.
Albert Commey, who was uncessful in his quest for a seat at the executive council of the GFA looks to have ended his 6 year stay at the Dormaa club.
His stay at Aduana has been hugely successful as he has been responsible for the brilliant administration at the club.
During his tenure, Aduana Stars won the Ghana Premier league once and also reached the group stages of the CAF Confederation Cup.
The whole experience of bringing top African clubs like Etoile du Sahel to Dormaa was an eye opener and was a massive achievement for the young club.
Players like Godfred Saka, Noah Martey , Zakaria Mumuni and Stephen Adams, who even made Ghana’s world cup squad in 2014 have come through the ranks at Dormaa.
Commey is reportedly set to take over at Dreams FC as CEO. This follows the decision by founder Kurt Okraku to relinquish his post after he was elected as president of the GFA.
Kurt polled about 96% (93 votes) in the third round of the GFA elections held at the College of Physicians and Surgeons in Accra.
He set up Dreams FC in 2009 and was been Chairman of the club since 2011. Dreams presents a new challenge for Commey as he will have to fill in the huge boots of Kurt Okraku.
Kurt’s tenure has seen Dreams become the doyen of sports marketing and branding in the country.
They however struggled in the just ended Normalisation Committee Special competition and will be hoping for a massive improvement in the 2019/2020 Ghana Premier League season.