Sports News of Wednesday, 18 February 2015
Asante Kotoko Coach Masud Dramani has asked the management of the club for an amicable settlement of the salary owed him for the remaining four months left on his current contract,DailySoccerGhana.com can confirm.
Dramani, who was officially asked to go on leave for the next 16 weeks from Monday, is unsure of being handed a new deal, hence his decision to ask for the outstanding salaries to be settled.
The ex-Black Maidens Coach’s request has been accepted by the Board and Management, who now have to ensure he is paid all monies owed him.
Kotoko are reported to be in talks with David Duncan to replace Masud Dramani, who has supervised the club’s jerky start to the Premier League, which has left them in 10th place on the league log after 7 match days.