Former Asante coach, Mas-Ud Didi Dramani has revealed why he wasn't successful at the club.
The quite-looking led the Porcupine Warriors to clinched the then First Capital Plus Premier League back to back in the 2012/13 and 2013/14 season.
But the former RTU player says he was not successful at the club due to the numerous number of friendly matches he used to play.
“Clubs should be careful they don’t over and under train their players” he warned in an interview with Kumasi based Oyerapa FM.
“This is the reason my stay at Kotoko was not successful. I played close to 34 friendlies and still, the league didn’t start, which caused us not to perform”.
Dramani, who is currently with Norwegian side FC Nordsjælland, had this advice for Kotoko coach, Paa Kwesi Fabin.
“To the coach of a club like Kotoko where much is expected, he should be careful with the kind of training he takes the players through” adding that, the unduly long delays that have plagued the Ghana Premier League for four consecutive seasons could have dire consequences for our players and teams.
“If this thing of Ghana league delaying doesn’t stop, we will not see the best in our teams and our players even though Ghana [has] talents of many kinds”.