Coach Milovan Rajevac has reportedly been sacked from coaching the Black Stars of Ghana. According to several sources, the Ghana Football Association is said to make an official statement about this incident soon. As at now, it has been confirmed by all Media Houses that Coach Milovan Rajevac has been sacked.
This comes after Coach Milovan failed to qualify the Black Stars team from the group stages of the Africa Cup of Nations. The team only managed to get just a point despite playing three games in the tournament.
Social Media users have reacted massively to this news and most believe that this is indeed a good news.
Below are some reactions.
Most people see this news as a great news for the Black Stars. Others are of the view that, it is time to bring on board a Ghanaian coach to handle the team.
Others believe that the failure of the team is not with coach but rather the players. They believe that this decision by the GFA is very bad.
Sellas Tetteh has been named by many as the favorite to replace Coach Milovan Rajevac. Sellas Tetteh took the U-20 sports team to the Fifa World Cup and won the tournament in 2009. He is the current interim coach for liberty professionals. From the reactions above, most people believe that, Sellas Tetteh is the right man to replace Coach Milovan.
Do you think Sellas Tetteh is the best to replace Coach Milovan?
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