The new era of Ghana football is set to witness another new revolution in the camp of Dreams FC with their midfield quartet tipped to torment opponents on the local scene. The impressive telepathy seen in their off season freindly matches promised to give opposition players energy sapping 90 minutes when the new season kicks off on December 28, 2019.
A dreadful NC Special Competition saw the Believers regrouping with a new game plan under Winfred Dormon with an advanced 4-2-3-1 or a dynamic 4-3-3 system that allows the team to accommodate Cletus Nombil, Patrick Arthur and Maxwel Arthur. The media lenses will be fixed strongly on how the off season fluidity can be translated into competitive matches.
Like any mordern day midfield combination, Dormon is expected to revolve his team around a known ball winner with the ball users operating in advanced positions. Patrick Arthur is expected to lead the midfield department that has club captain, Maxwel Arthur and Micheal Agbekornu on either side in the three man midfield. The system is to compensate the ball winning qualities of Maxwell Arthur and Michael Agbekornu with the unique passing attributes of Patrick Arthur. The trio, like the Busquetes-Iniesta-Xavi dynasty, has been hailed as the new force to lead Dreams FC to the promised land after their nightmare NC Special Competition.
The real class of the quartet could see them all playing in same game with Agbekornu given attacking position on the flank to add more linkage between the midfield and attack. This could see Patrick Arthur dropping down to become the defensive screen in front of the back four and behind Maxwell Arthur and Cletus Nombil. Transitional play and positional swapping usually allows Patrick Arthur to feast on his unexpected pile drivers to unleash ferocious strikes when attacking.
With five teams expected to be relegated at the end of the season, Dreams FC will need a flying start from their midfield quartet so as to avoid any Mathematics at the tail end of the seasons. Strikers usually monopolize the media traffic but the real work goes beyond these goal mongers. If Dreams FC can make a serious case in the upcoming domestic season, then the contributions of Maxwell Arthur, Patrick Arthur, Cletus Nombil and Michael Agbekornu will be integral to any success.