Former coach of the Porcupine Warriors tells supporters to desist from the notion that the woes of the club are spiritual
Former Asante Kotoko coach Mas-Ud Dramani insists that the club’s problems are scientific and has got nothing to do with spirituality.
“I don’t know anything about spirituality at the club. I was there for two years and there was nothing like that,” Dramani told Nhyira FM.
The Kumasi-based outfit could lose out on their title defence after a poor run of form this season. They lost on the bounce after their 3-0 home defeat against Berekum Chelsea last Sunday, which followed a 2-1 loss to second-tier side Dunkwa United in an Elite Cup game last week.
Their quest to get their campaign back on track suffered a jolt once more as they lost 1-0 to WAFA during midweek games, with head coach David Duncan now under fire.
While the team attempt to find the antidote to their dwindling fortunes, top officials have blamed their poor form on lack of spiritual backing.
However, Dramani has dismissed such claims, insisting the club’s problems are man-made.
“I didn’t see anything of that sort during my tenure at the club. Football is a global game. Their problems are scientific. I don’t believe it has anything to do with spirituality.
“I do believe in God and everybody is entitled to believe in anything but there are more technical issues to look at than spiritual matters.
“The game is moving very fast. There are other basic things that you need to put in place that can help you instead of putting your mind on such matters,” he said.
Dramani was sacked early this year after a string of defeats at the club.
The new Black Princesses coach led the Porcupine Warriors to clinch treble last season after successfully defending the league title, the FA Cup and Super Cup.