Posted On Thursday, 25th April 2013
Asante Kotoko coach Mas-Ud Dramani has insisted that he doesn’t fear the sack despite his side’s erratic displays in the Ghana Premier League.
Dramani’s future has been speculated in the local media after the team got eliminated at the round 16 stage of the CAF Champions League.
Kotoko have also dropped valuable points in the league and could have been on top by now.
Defeat to perennial rivals Hearts of Oak in their next league match on 5 May could be his graveyard.
But the 2013 FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup winning coach says he is prepared for the worst in his career.
“Dramani is not afraid to be sacked,” he told reporters at the Baba Yara Stadium on Wednesday.
“I’m a professional coach. I have never seen it before so it will be my first time of experiencing that. ”
Dramani has also silenced rumours that he has been handed a three-match ultimatum to save his job.
“I don’t know. You need to ask from the source. So you mean I have two more matches before I’m sacked.”
The 1-0 win over Tema Youth at the Baba Yara Stadium kept the Porcupine Warriors in the hunt for a second successive league title.
Kotoko are now one point behind joint leaders Medeama and Berekum Chelsea in third place.