Sports News of Thu, 20 Apr 20171
“I’m too young to quit club football” - Didi Dramani
Former Asante Kotoko coach, Mas-Ud Dramani has told starrsportsgh.com that he has not shut his doors on club football.
The two-time Ghana Premier League-winning coach who left the Porcupine Warriors two years ago has been linked with a number clubs ever since but has remained unattached.
The Caf Technical Instructor has over the past year been kept busy with the Youth Development coach role handed him by the Ghana Football Association where he is responsible for coming up with programs that are geared towards identifying and developing young players for the age group national teams.
“Many have been attesting about my absence from club football. I think I have always been involved in football whether at the club level or national level.
“I’m still a very active practicing coach doing fulltime football work at the GFA Technical directorate so until the opportunity of coaching a club comes, you cannot get up to [coach a club].
“I do a lot of consulting with other groups in terms of football development,” Dramani told starrsportsgh.com.
The Fifa Under-17 female World Cup bronze-winning tactician added: “my admirers should not worry. I’m too young to vacate club football. I’m very to come back when the right opportunity presents itself.”
Starrsportsgh.com is reliably informed that Didi Dramani nearly made a comeback to Asante Kotoko prior to the start of the ongoing season.