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Didi Dramani Apologises To Kotoko Fans For Caf Champions League Exit

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Didi Dramani
Didi Dramani

The under fire head coach of Asante Kotoko, Mas-Ud Didi Dramani, has apologized to the Kotoko supporters for not giving them the needed win in Sunday’s clash with Algeria’s JSM Bejaia.

The former Black Maidens tactician in an interview with Sunyani-based Moonlite FM on Monday, rendered an unqualified apology to fans of the Reds for his side’s exit from the Caf Champions League.

“Unfortunately we couldn’t get the win. We will turn our focus on the league and the FA Cup. I am standing on behalf of the technical team and the playing body to apologise to the supporters for not given them the needed win,” Dramani said.

However, he urged the followers of the Porcupine Warriors not to be reluctant in supporting them so that they could together get Kotoko to where it only deserves.

Dramani added: “I want to use your medium to urge the supporters to continue to be behind the team. We will continue to fight hard so that we can all get Kotoko to where it only deserves.

“They should continue supporting us; they should still put their weight behind us; we are capable of clenching the league title and the FA Cup”

He added that in other to get his arsenals psyched up for the MTN FA Cup game against Rainbow FC, he would talk to the players via cell phones to get them prepared for the game.

“Immediately after every game, in the dressing room, what I do is that, I talk to the guys for them to know the essence of their profession, the game, and what they should be expecting,” he added.

“Prior to the game, I will be talking to them individually through their cell phones. They will be fine as time goes on.”

When questioned about the most prominent errors he committed in the game, he said it was premature to talk about that, in the sense that, it could cause the team to lose focus.

“It is better to stay cold, that is why I am talking about psychological issue regarding how to get them back on track because the blame games will make them lose focus”

The Ghanaian champions were eliminated from the competition attributable to the away-goals-rule after playing a 1-1 draw with JSM Bejaia.

By: Shiva Oppong Banahene | A1Radioonline.com | Ghana

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