Asante Kotoko’s Didi Dramani broods over Nii Adjei's exit

The coach of the Porcupine Warriors said although they have a lot of replacements for the midfielder, his absence will be felt
Kumasi Asante Kotoko coach Mas-Ud Didi Dramani is not happy with the sale of midfield enforcer Daniel Nii Adjei.

The former Porcupine Warriors captain is now with Congolese side TP Mazembe after playing his last game last week against Hearts of Oak in Kumasi.

“We have a lot of replacements for Nii Adjei, but his absence will definitely decrease the strength of the team,” Dramani told Graphic Sports.

“This is because of the leadership qualities of Nii Adjei.”

Nii Adjei who was signed from second-tier side Norchip enjoyed six successful years with the Porcupine Warriors where he rose to become the captain before joining The Ravens on a two-year deal worth $200,000.