Ghanaian football tactician Mas-Ud Didi Dramani has been appointed Head of Football at the renowned Right To Dream academy in Accra, following a three-year spell as Transitional Coach with the Danish Superliga club, FC Nordsjælland, owned by Right to Dream.

Dramani, who has previously coached the Ghana’s women’s national team (Black Queens) and the Ghana’s under-20 male team (Black Satellites), will return to his homeland to take up the new role with Right To Dream from September 6, 2021.

It will be his second spell at the academy, following a period as a Coach Educator from 2010 to 2012.

The appointment comes at a time of rapid expansion for Right To Dream, who will open a new Egypt academy in 2022, followed by a new pro women’s team. With further growth on the horizon for the innovative organisation, Dramani will return to Right To Dream’s birthplace to lead football development with boys and girls in Accra.

Eddie Mensah, MD of the Right To Dream Academy in Ghana, said: “We are delighted to have such a legendary son of the land return home to lead the next phase of football development in Right to Dream Ghana.


I look forward to working with Didi to continue the tradition of excellence that began here in Ghana.”