Former Black Queens coach Mas-Ud Dramani must be celebrated despite leaving the job midway, the Technical Director of the Ghana FA, Francis Oti Akenteng has admonished.
Dramani stepped down after nine months in charge to become a deputy coach at Danish giants FC Nordsjaelland.
The former Asante Kotoko trainer will assist Kasper Hjulmand at the first team for the next two years, taking over from Otto Addo who has returned to Germany.
While some are left disappointed that Dramani has turned his back on his country, Oti Akenteng is urging Ghanaians football enthusiasts to rather be proud of the gaffer’s new feat.
“He [Didi Dramani] is going to raise his level to come back and help Ghana.
“We shouldn’t take him leaving Queens job in bad faith despite the fact we needed his help here but rather we should feel proud that a Black man of his calibre is going to coach a foreign club,” Oti Akenteng told Space FM.
He thanked Dramani for his commitment and contribution to the development of Ghana Football.