Mas-Ud Didi Dramani has resigned as head coach of the Black Queens to take up a new job in Denmark.
Didi Dramani has stepped down after nine months in charge to become the assistant coach of FC Nordsjaelland, replacing former Ghana international Otto Addo.
''Didi Dramani has resigned from his post to take up a coaching job in Denmark, the club is FC Nordsjælland,”
“He will be the assistant coach at the first team for the next two years, he is taking over from Otto Addo who has returned to Germany,” Ghana football technical director Oti Akenteng confirmed.
He added that Ghana FA will hold a meeting on Wednesday to discuss who will take charge of the team ahead of next month's WAFU Women’s Cup and Africa Women's Cup of Nations in November.
But there are suggestions that assistant coach Mercy Tagoe should be handed the top job.
''We are happy for him[Didi Dramani]. Moving forward, the Black Queens management committee want Mercy Tagoe to succeed him.'' Management committee member Rosalind Amoh said.
Black Queens have been handed a tricky group in the preliminary stages of the 2018 WAFU Women’s Cup.
Ghana will face host Ivory Coast, Niger and Burkina Faso in Group A of the preliminary round of the competition.