Mas Ud Didi Dramani on the verge of making history in European football
Former Asante Kotoko head coach, Mas Ud Didi Dramani has been included in the six-man technical team of Nordsjælland in the upcoming UEFA Europa League competition.
Didi Dramani will be the first Ghanaian to achieve this enviable feat in European football as a coach.
He was the head coach of the Ghana female national team the Black Queens before his appointment as the assistant coach of the Danish side.
The experienced gaffer guided the U-17 National Women’s Team of Ghana, the Black Maidens to a third-place finish in the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in 2012- winning the bronze medal.
Before he continued the reign of Maxwell Konadu at Asante Kotoko, winning two consecutive league titles with the Porcupine Warriors including a historic double of league and FA Cup titles in 2014.
The youth development coach was handed the opportunity to be on the technical bench of the club by their owner Tom Vernon who doubles as the owner of Right To Dream Academy – a side Dramani coached for some years.