Former Asante Kotoko head coach Mas- Ud Didi Dramani has advised the club’s hierarchy to identify their problems in the club and fix it rather than jumping into hasty conclusions.
Didi Dramani explains the hasty conclusion/ decisions would only deter the team’s progress.
The Porcupine Warriors have has a terrible start to the season 2016/2017 Ghana Premier League season, a situation which have seen the club hire three coaches within five months.
And according to the new Black Queens coach the only way Kotoko would bury their current tailspin is being consistent in their decision-making if only they want the club to return to its glory old days.
”For me I think they should try and identify where they problem is before jumping into conclusion” he told Kumasi based Abusua FM.
He added ”Management of the club should also believe in what they have and work on it to help the club meet their target”
”One thing the players must also do is that they should believe themselves that they should have the mentality of playing for the club and I believe in doing so things wouldn’t be bad as we are seeing now”.
Sources close to ghanamansports.com confirmed Dramani’s new role.
“Didi Dramani is the new head coach of the Black Quueens, he will be assisted by former Black Queens player, referee and now coach Mercy Quarcoo Tagoe.”
Dramani had already had stints with three national teams – the Black Maidens (Female U-17 team), Black Princess (Female U-20 team) and Black Starlets (Men’s U-20 team).