Black Queens Coach Mas Ud Didi Dramani has left his post to pursue a new challenge abroad.
Dramani relinquished his job as the head trainer for the senior Women’s National team after receiving an offer to work with the Right to Dream Soccer Academy in Denmark.
Having taken over from Yusif Basigi, the former Asante Kotoko Coach was tasked to prepare the team ahead of this year’s Africa Women’s Championship which will be hosted in Ghana.
The lucrative offer from Right to Dream however forced the Coach to leave his position as head Coach of the African giants.
Sources reveal the Coach signed a two-year deal with the European side.
The Ghana Football Association are now expected to find a replacement for the departed as soon as possible.
Assistant Coach Mercy Tagoe will temporarily take charge of the side until a substantive Coach is appointed.
The team will assemble for camping ahead of next month’s WAFU Women’s Cup of Nations in Cote d’Ivoire.
By Frank Darkwah