Soccer News of Tuesday, 22 July 2014
Asante Kotoko’s contract extension talks with head coach Mas-Ud Dramani hit a stumbling block on Friday, according to reports in Kumasi.
Dramani’s initial two-year deal will run out on 27 August, and the club have expressed their desire to extend his stay.
The Kotoko board led by Paul Adu Gyamfi met the former Ghana U17 girls coach, but the latter’s demands seem to have stalled the process.
Dramani is demanding for an enticement fee of Ghc15,000 and a monthly salary of Ghc10,000.
He has won the Ghana Premier League during his two-year stay at the club and prepare the team to win the 2014 MTN Ghana FA Cup.