Mas-Ud Didi Dramani has assumed the role of Head Coach for the Black Galaxies, succeeding Annor Walker in the position, the GFA has announced.
As the Assistant Coach for the Black Stars, Didi Dramani will lead the team during the qualifiers for the upcoming Championship of African Nations (CHAN) Tournament.
In addition to his responsibilities with the Black Galaxies, Didi Dramani is currently affiliated with the Right To Dream Academy.
His coaching journey includes a noteworthy achievement, having guided Ghana to a Bronze medal at the 2012 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in Azerbaijan.
He also achieved domestic success by securing the Premier League and FA Cup double with Asante Kotoko in 2014.
Before venturing into coaching, Didi Dramani had a playing career that featured stints with Bolgatanga Soccer Masters, Real Tamale United, and Cape Coast Mysterious Ebusua Dwarfs. He retired from professional play in the year 2000.
Assisting Didi Dramani in his coaching role will be Baba Nuhu and Samuel Boadu.
Ghana’s objective is to secure a place in the CHAN tournament once more, following their quarter-final exit in the last edition held in Algeria earlier this year.