Dreams FC have augmented their side ahead of the CAF Confederation Cup with the signing of experience forward John Antwi.
John Antwi joins Dreams FC after ending his stay with Jordanian club Al-Faisaly SC, marking his return to the club he commenced his career in 2008.
“Dreams FC is delighted to announce and welcome back ex-Black Stars and Egyptian League record goal scorer John Antwi to the Still Believe family,” said Dreams FC in a statement.
“Antwi, who’s had a successful career across the continent and beyond, has already joined the club’s preparations for the 2023/24 campaign, with the CAF Confederations Cup preliminary round of matches also coming up later in August,” the statement added.
The arrival of John Antwi augments the Dreams FC side that will represent Ghana in the CAF Confederation Cup, where they are scheduled to face Milo FC De Kankan of Guinea in the preliminary round.
Antwi arrives at the club with rich experience, having played for Ismaily, Al Ahly SC, Misr El-Makasa and Pyramids in Egypt. He also played for Al Shabab of Saudi Arabia and Al-Faisaly SC of Jordan.
The 31-year old made over 250 appearances for the aforementioned clubs in all competitions and scored over 150 goals.
John Antwi is currently the highest scoring foreigner in the history of Egyptian football with over 100 goals for the 4 clubs he played for in the country.
Whiles playing for Ismaily, Antwi in 2013/14 won the golden boot in the Egyptian league with 11 goals, becoming only the fifth foreigner to do so after John Utaka, Ernest Papa Arko, Flavio Amando and Minusu Buba.
Antwi in the 2014/15 season was also awarded the “Golden Shoe” trophy in the Egyptian cup after netting 4 goals.
At national level, he has received numerous call ups to the Black Stars but has made only two appearances for the team, coming in a 3-0 win against Saudi Arabia and a African Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifier against Sudan.