By Patrick Akoto
Ghana legend Ibrahim Sundays says coach Mas-ud Didi Dramani will only succeed at Kotoko if he is given free room to discharge his duties.
Dramani is expected to begin official duties with the Premier League Champions after guiding the Black Maidens at the 2012 Fifa World Under-17 World Cup later in September.
The Real Tamale United and Ebusua Dwarfs player is aware of the responsibility that has being put on his shoulders as the club make a return to the Caf Champions League for the first time in six years.
There are many who are skeptical about the character of Dramani to handle the enormous pressure that comes with handling one of the biggest clubs on the African continent.
But the former Asante Kotoko great says the Uefa License A holder can only excel if he receives the total support from the major stakeholders.
“Dramani is a very good coach and can do the work. If he’s give the job and receives total support from the club, then he will succeed,” Sunday told Kumasi-based Fox FM
“He will need everybody to come on board and offer their unflinching support. That is the only way that can make him excel in the job,”