Former Asante Kotoko coach Masa-ud Didi Dramani has thrown his excess weight behind Charles Kwablan Akonnor to improve the facial area of the senior national staff.
“CK is a wonderful character,” Didi tells Pleasure Sports activities. “He is aware of what the game is about.”
In January, Akonnor was named successor to Kwasi Appiah, whose tenure experienced finished at the end of previous 12 months. The former Hearts of Oak boss is still to guide the Black Stars in any match owing to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nevertheless, he has had tons of aid from previous teammates and colleagues inside of the coaching space – and Didi, also a previous Asante Kotoko coach, is the most current.
He reckons CK is informed of the job handed him.
“He has the mandate and he appreciates the duties the mandate comes with he understands what he has to do to be able to chalk some successes for the place and for himself.”
The backroom workers of coaches are normally eulogised for the achievements chalked up by groups. In November 2019, Kwasi Appiah Appiah heaped praises on CK for Ghana’s gain more than South Africa in the 2021 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifier in Cape Coast.
Masa-ud advises that the finest way thrive is encompass yourself with the suitable people.
“I imagine that he has every option to be able to encompass himself with the suitable folks and then be ready to make the proper strategic programs in phrases of the finest way to go in phrases of our soccer approach.”
“He wants all the guidance in buy to be able to do the job,” Didi noted.
It has been prompt that CK was elevated to function of senior nationwide workforce head coach “too early”, but Didi disagrees.
“I imagine that each and every Ghanaian skilled coach is a probable Black Stars materials and need to be groomed into that phase. He wants to be supplied the support.”
“At this stage, it does not make any difference regardless of whether he is the preference or not. He demands to be given the guidance and the steerage in buy to be ready to modify the experience of our soccer,” he mentioned.
Didi worked as scout for Kwasi Appiah through the 2019 AFCON in Egypt and is now a transitional mentor of FC Nordsjælland.