Former Asante Kotoko boss Mas-Ud Dramani has benefited from the various changes that are ongoing at the Ghana Football Association by being named the head coach of the Black Queens.
The ambitious coach made history with the Princesses when they won bronze at the FIFA Women’s U-17 World Cup in 2012.
Dramani also worked with the Black Princesses in the FIFA U-20 World Cup in 2016 in Papua New Guinea.
His work in women’s football has been well-spoken of in the country.
He replaces Basigi who has been in charge of the senior National Women’s team since 2011 where he led them to two Africa Women’s Championship and also helping the team to clinch Gold at the All Africa Games in 2015.
This appointment brings an end to Yusif Basigi’s five year stay as head coach of the Black Queens.
By: Rahman Osman/citifmonline.com/Ghana