Former GFA Chairman, Lepowura Alhaji M.N.D. Jawula has cautioned Asante Kotoko to lever the situation concerning Coach Mas-Ud Dramani in a mature way to prevent future complications.
Dramani has been asked to proceed on a compulsory leave until August with many believing it is the end of the road for the former Black maidens coach.
But Alhaji Jawula says Kotoko should sort out the differences with Dramani and bring a clean end to the relationship.
” I will advise Kotoko to tread with caution. They are an important national asset and so is Didi Dramani,” Jawula told Citi FM
“Without doubt, he is one of the best upcoming coaches in the country and with support and understanding from people he has a chance of doing something very good for Ghana and therefore, Kotoko should be careful.”
“If they are not in need of his services, he must be informed so the proper financial arrangements can be done and the club will let him go.”