Asantehene Otumfuo Osei II has reversed the decision to sack Mas-Ud Didi Dramani as coach of the following an earlier decision to fire the manager despite helping them to win the title in his first season in charge.

Dramani Stays On As Kotoko Coach, Asantehene Intervenes

Asantehene Otumfuo Osei II has reversed the decision to sack Mas-Ud Didi Dramani as coach of the following an earlier decision to fire the manager despite helping them to win the title in his first season in charge.

The erstwhile Kotoko chief Dr K.K. Sarpong gave the head coach Mas-Ud Didi Dramani the ultimatum to resign or get the sack just two weeks ago.

But following the decision by Dr Sarpong to quit the post, Asantehene has asked the coach of the Porcupine Warriors to stay in charge and undertake a massive recruitment exercise to boost the squad ahead of their Champions League participation.

Dramani, who won the premier league with Kotoko, was reported to have been asked by the former administration to pack out or get the sacked.

Even before the league ended, news was rife that the coach would get the sack because management was not impressed with the output of the team.

A Spanish-Brazillian coach, Robert Carlos Paul, who took Real Tamale United to relegation, was said to be pencilled in as replacement for Dramani.

The coach appeared to have incurred the wrath of the management for failing to take the team to the group stage of the CAF Champions League.

In the midst of the rift between him and the erstwhile management, Dramani packed bag and baggage for Accra and had since not returned to Kumasi.

He was being courted by other clubs, with one of the clubs ready to pay him about 50 percent more than what he was receiving at Kotoko.

In the midst of the development, former coach Abdul Razak, popped up declaring his intention to return to the coaching job of Kotoko.

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