Dramani eyes return to coaching in GPL

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The Porcupine Warriors former coach insists he has plans to return to the top-flight when an opportunity avails itself

Former Asante Kotoko coach Mas-Ud Didi Dramani says he is not done with coaching in the Ghana Premier League despite a three-year absence.

The Caf technical director was sacked by the Porcupine Warriors during the 2014-15 season after a poor start despite winning two league trophies.

“Many have been talking about my absence from club football. I think I have always been involved in football whether at the club level or national level," Dramani told Starrsportsgh.com.

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“I’m still a very active practicing coach doing full-time football work at the Ghana FA 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.”

He added: “My admirers should not worry about my absence. I’m too young to vacate club football. I’m ready to come back when the right opportunity presents itself in the future.”

Dramani and Maxwell Konadu were linked with a return to Kotoko after the sacking of Zdravko Lugarusic but the club's top hierarchy have denied such reports.

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