Posted On Monday, 29th July 2013
CAF Technical Instructor Mas-Ud Didi Dramani is set to remain with Ghana Premier League champions Asante Kotoko as head coach despite reports linking him with a move away from the club.
The 48-year-old reportedly told Kotoko officials he would not continue as coach for the Porcupine Warriors after a frosty relationship with the now-dissolved KK Sarpong Administration.
However after meeting with Otumfour – Kotoko’s Life Patron, during a presentation ceremony last week, the soft-spoken tactician has decided to reverse his decision to quit the club.
The former Ghana Female U17 coach guided the Kumasi-based side to their 22nd Ghana Premier League title and also helped them to reach the MTN FA Cup final – losing narrowly to Medeama SC.
But his relationship the KK Sarpong administration deteriorated after reported clashes between former spokesperson Listowell Bukarson during management meetings.
Kotoko legend Abdul Karim Razak claimed he had been approached by Manhyia to take over as new head coach if Dramani leaves while former New Edubiase United assistant coach also claimed Kotoko talks to return to the club as assistant trainer.
KK Sarpong became unpopular with Kotoko fans after he decided to replace Dramani with Spanish-Brazilian coach Robert Carlos Paul who coached relegated Real Tamale United last season.