22nd January 2022
Information coming in is that the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has sacked the head coach to the senior national team Milovan Rajevac. The decision to sack the coach followed Ghana's abysmal performance at the African Cup of Nations (AfCON) in Cameroon.
However, the information has it that the head coach has rejected the offer. According to him, his mission was to qualify the national team to the world cup and that is what he is determined to do. He said he will go by the terms of agreement signed between him and the GFA and will not accept any other thing.
It will be recalled that a after Ghana's elemination from the AfCON, the Ministry of Youth and Sports summond GFA in a crunch meeting. It was alleged that the GFA was directed by the government through that meeting to sack the coach or pay him itself.
For now we do not know what action Milovan will take against Ghana. But we shall closely follow up on this and report any updates to followers.
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