Coach Mas-Ud Didi Dramani has joined Danish side FC Nordsjaelland (FCN) after leaving the Black Queens job.
The Superliga side confirmed the 51-year-old former Asante Kotoko gaffer’s appointment Thursday afternoon.
Footy-Ghana.com gathers Dramani will basically work with the youth squads at FC Nordsjaelland. The Caf technical instructor has been charged with overseeing the transition of players from the Under-17s and Under-19s into the senior squad for the next two years.
Nordsjaelland and Ghana’s Right To Dream Academy, where Dramani previously worked at as Technical Director, are both under the same ownership. He embarked on a one-month exchange program in November last year and has now been fully employed by the side.
“FCN has now employed Didi Dramani to help the young players – a new face – he becomes a regular man in the daily training at Right to Dream Park, both around the Super League team and at the U-19 training.
“FCN has just employed the experienced Ghanaian coach as a help for the young players who are on the verge of becoming a regular part of the Superliga squad.
“In order to make the transition as smooth as possible, Didi Dramani will be around all the training, focusing on helping young players to quickly fall into the entire club’s training environment,” the club confirmed.
Mas-Ud Dramani managed the Ghana senior national women’s team, the Black Queens, in one game – the 8-1 defeat to France last October. Assistant coach Mercy Tagoe takes interim charge of the team.