Head coach of Division one League Club Bofwakwa Tano FC Ibrahim Mohammed is confident his side can make a return to the Ghana Premier League after fourteen years in the second tier.

The 1975 SWAG Cup winners have not tasted topflight football since the 2006-2007 season when they suffered relegation. After several attempts to return to the apex of Ghana football, the Hunters, who finished fourth in the annulled 2019/20 Division One League campaign are eyeing a return to the country’s top flight.

Coach Ibrahim, in an interview with Ark FM revealed the team can return to top-flight action with the support of key stakeholders.

“With the support from Management, Technical team, Players and the fans, we can send BOFO back to the Premier League after 14 years in Division 1.”

The tactician joins Bofoakwa with a great wealth of experience on the domestic scene.

He has previously coached Wa All Stars (now Legon Cities), Nkoranza Warriors, Nsoatreman and B.A. United all in the second tier and his addition is expected to boost the Hunters’ premier league qualification bid.

By Mohammed Bushran

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