Mas-ud Didi Draman has his work cut out for him when he begins work as Kotoko coach this week.
The former Real Tamale United and Ebusua Dwarfs player guided the Black Maidens to clinch a historic bronze at the recently concluded Fifa Under-17 Women’s World cup held in Azerbaijan.
The Uefa licence A coach takes over a side whose confidence has hit the lowest ebb after successive draws in their opening two games in the Ghana Premier League.
Expecations among their teeming fans are huge as they expect him to turn around their dwindling fortunes.
Management of the club are beginning to feel the heat from their fans and another slip at home to Heart of Lions on Sunday could prove disastrous.
Kotoko lie 9th on the Premier League table.