Medeama president Moses Armah returned to Ghana over the weekend with a promise to revamp the side ahead of the new season.
Armah spent time with his family in the United States of America on holidays and zoomed into the African country late Saturday.
He has set his eyes on recruiting experienced and competent staff to run his club ahead of tight Premier League schedule this season.
He has dissolved the entire technical and managements teams in a massive reshuffle and expected to bring in new faces to run the club.
The highly-respected football administrator has promised to return the club to the top of Ghana football.
“We are undergoing massive restructuring. We want to put everything in place to ensure we compete in all front this season,” he told the club’s official website
“We have disbanded the technical and management team. I am bringing in new faces to run the club.
“I thank the past management and technical team but it’s time for others to take over.
“I am confident things will be different this year. Our focus is on the league. We want to return to the top and the only way is to restructure and put things in place to ensure we succeed.”
Medeama narrowly missed out on qualifying to the group phase of the CAF Confederation Cup after losing on penalties to Congolese side AC Leopards.