Former Dreams FC striker Joseph Esso has shown gratitude to his former side Dreams FC after he joined Algerian side MC Algiers.
The Ghanaian who spent less than a season with the club before joining his new Algerian side is full of plaudits for his former side.
Esso who joined Dreams FC from Accra Hearts of Oak in August 2020 enjoyed a stellar stint with them as he scored 11 goals in 19 matches before earning the move to MC Algiers.
He has signed a three year deal with his new side and has been handed the iconic number 10 jersey as well.
The player took to his social media handle to pen his thank you letter to his former side:
“Football is a way of life and its path knows no boundaries. I came in as a stranger, but today I depart as a life-long member of this amazing family called Dreams FC”
“A short but exciting experience that made me Believe in progress through teamwork and perseverance. An experience that nurtured my craft for the better. Without a doubt, I leave with me memories of one of the most critical pivots of my football journey”
“I’m grateful to the players, together with whom I defended the DFC crest through thick and thin, and the technical staff who shared this episode with me from the sidelines”
“Special thanks to the management and staff of Dreams FC, they were an essential bunch that made the difference. To the fans, your role as a distant force was still incredible”
“I look forward to my new challenge with great hope and a sense of fulfilment from my immediate past. It is time for a new chapter. Mouloudia Club Algiers is my new home and the Esso Magic continues” he concluded.
The Ghana international bagged 11 goals in 17 games for Dreams FC before his move to Algeria.