Breaking news reaching Dailynews360 can confirm that The Head coach for the senior national soccer team of Ghana, The Ghana Black stars Milovan Rajevac has been sacked by the Ghana Football Association. This follows after a poor performance from the Black stars in the ongoing African cup tournament at Cameroon. It was earlier speculated that the coach was sacked, but the GFA explained that it was the ministry of sports who drafted his sack letter and they are yet to review it.
Well after the GFA met today and thought through the letter of the sports ministry, they have also agreed to the Sack of Coach Milovan on the 26th of January 2022.
In addition to his sack, the Management committee of the Black Stars has also been dissolved by GFA following the directives of the sports ministry. Over the years a lot of Ghanaians and football people has called for the whole Black stars management team to be dissolved and properly be reformed.
At the moment Coach Milovan Rajevec is not the head Coach for the Black stars of Ghana, this would be the fourth time he’s been sacked by countries as their head coach he has been the head coach of Ghana in less than 5 month.
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