Posted On Thursday, 25th April 2013
Kotoko have rejected reports coach Mas-ud Dramani has been a three-match ultimatum to save his job.
Reports in the local media have claimed the former Ebusua Dwarfs player has been given an ultimatum to win their next three games or face the sack.
The management team of the club were reported to have taken the decision after their 1-1 draw at New Edubiase last Sunday.
But the Ghanaian giants have dismissed the reports insisting they are wide off the mark.
“We have not gone to a meeting to decide to sack the coach. We told the coach to stamp his authority in the team in the next three matches,” newly appointed PRO Dr Ernest Opoku told Asempa FM
“We want to win the league so how can we sack our coach in the middle.
“We are encouraging him to go out there and get the results to win the match.”
Kotoko managed a narrow 1-0 win over struggling Tema Youth On Wednesday but face their biggest match of the second round when they play as guest of their arch-rivals Hearts of Oak on May 5.