Ghana Premier League champions Kumasi Asante Kotoko have confirmed former Accra Hearts of Oak coach David Duncan will take charge of the club after their trip from Algeria.
The Kumasi based club who have been poor in the league so far this season and have not won a league game in six sacked manager Didi Mass-Ud Dramani for the poor state of the club.
The club have now confirmed David Duncan will sign a contract with the club when the champions return from their trip from Algeria where the former Accra Hearts of Oak manager will just observe and supervise activities under interim coach Michael Osei.
In a series of tweets on the club’s official twitter page, Kotoko said they had agreed a two-year deal with David Duncan and wished former boss Mass-Ud Did Dramani well in his future endeavours.
We have parted company with Coach Massud Dramani by mutual consent. It’s a tough decision but the two parties believe it’s the best for us — Asante Kotoko SC (@AsanteKotoko_SC) 2013-07-22 14:22:09.0
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