Posted On Tuesday, 9th April 2013
Under-fire Asante Kotoko coach Mas-ud Dramani has issued a groveling apology to the club’s teeming supporters following their shock exit from the CAF Champions League.
The Ghanaian champions shockingly bundled out of the competition on the away-goal rule after drawing 1-1 at home to Algerian side JSM Bejaia.
Dramani has since come under barrage of criticism over his tactical prowess as his sorry side failed to break down a resolute and tactical Bejaia side.
The future of the former Ghana Under-17 female national team coach has come under the microscope with reports claiming he could be fired if he fails win the Ghana Premier League title and the FA Cup.
The ex-Ebusua Dwarfs player has rendered an unqualified apology to the downhearted supporters but confident they will pick up the pieces.
“Unfortunately we couldn’t get the win. We will turn our focus on the league and the FA Cup. I am standing on behalf of the technical team and the playing body to apologise to the supporters for not given them the needed win,” the uefa license A coach said
“I want to use your medium to urge the supporters to continue to be behind the team. We will continue to fight hard so that we can all get Kotoko to where it only deserves.
“They should continue supporting us; they should still put their weight behind us; we are capable of clenching the league title and the FA Cup.”
The Porcupine Warriors will turn their attention to the Ghana FA Cup delayed round of 16 with a home tie against second-tier Rainbow FC.