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Coach Dramani presides over first official Kotoko training

Published on: 18 October 2012

Coach Mas-Ud Dramani presided over his first official training session with Asante Kotoko on Wednesday.

The champions began the new season without their substantive coach due to his engagements with the national women’s U-17 team, the Black Maidens.

Dramani led the national side to an historic bronze medal feat at the U-17 Women’s World Cup in Azerbaijan.

He has now taken full charge of the Kotoko team upon his return from the World Cup with the Black Maidens.

The renowned astute tactician interacted with his backroom staff and the players before the morning session began at the Adako Jarchie training grounds.

Dramani’s immediate task is to steer the team to their first win of the season at home against Heart of Lions on Sunday.

The Porcupine Warriors have picked up just two points out of a possible six after two rounds of matches – a situation which is getting the always expectant supporters increasingly frustrated.



This article has 7 comment(s), give your comment
  • banku bodorr says:
    October 19, 2012 04:48 am
  • henry says:
    October 19, 2012 04:32 am
    A big welkome to the greatest of all club.First let your discipline whip start as you a now boss of our team.Once again welcome,and best of luck in all season.
  • Kpogas says:
    October 18, 2012 08:03 pm
    I hope by God's grace, Kotoko will comeback and wear the crown. Amen!
  • Kwabena yeboah says:
    October 18, 2012 08:54 pm
    Didi Draman wil surely deliver bt we d supporters must xercise patience. faaabulous d best among d rest. kotoko b3 ku m3
  • Phrank Kente @ Teshie says:
    October 18, 2012 09:44 pm
    you are welcome DIDI and we ( FABU WORSHIPERS ) know You will lead Us to the promise land...
  • Fresher says:
    October 18, 2012 10:07 pm
    To Phrank Kente @ Teshie-: please take it easy my good friend, we love, we cherish, we admire, we eat, we drink, we wear, we sleep, we smile, and we do everything Kotoko but we don't worship Kotoko as you and Some of our fellow Fabu supporters sometimes asserts. To say we worship Kotoko is a terrible misuse of the word worship, which I don't think befits the lips of we Muslims (Moslems) and our Christian friends and brothers.
  • Jerry says:
    October 18, 2012 10:32 pm
    D best coach in Gh wit d best players n d greatst club in Africa... Jx wait n see miracle