No Ghanaian can dispute the fact that CK Akonnor is a good coach. He is one of the best coaches that the Black Stars have ever had, however other coaches that have ever managed that Black Stars can be said to be better than him in terms of tactics used.
Former Black Stars midfielder Stephen Baidoo has finally joined the conversation on if the sacking of Charles Akonnor as Black Stars head coach was in the right direction or not. CK Akonnor was appointed as Black Stars head coach by the current administration of the Ghana Football Association and was sacked two months ago after a series of poor performances in the World Cup qualifiers.
Ghana is getting closer to engaging The Warriors of Zimbabwe in a World Cup qualifier in Cape Coast. Another opportunity has availed for Black Stars to make amends in the battle for qualification. Coach Milovan Rajevac is leading Black Stars of Ghana into the crucial game and he has set a different atmosphere in camp.
So, Can the Blackman Rule itself? The Story of CK Akonnor's Failure and Milovan’s Success as Coaches
Ghana Blackstars have won all their matches since Serbian coach Milovan Rajevac took over the role as the new coach. Indeed, prior to his appointment, CK Akonnor was leading the team and their performance was abysmal. Their games were nothing to write home about. Again, their scores were not impressive enough.
It has been barely 48 hours and the Ghana Football Association are yet to announce a replacement for the outgone coach in the name of CK Akonnor. CK Akonnor on paper was one of the best Ghanaian coaches available to manage the team. However, issues hanging on from player call-ups and shady deals happening in and around the team are the causes of his eventual downfall.
Following the dismissal of black stars head coach, C.K. Akonnor, the Ghana Football Association set a committee to quickly appoint a new coach for the senior national team. The committee was given a 48 hour period to deliver on their mandate and they executed their task within the given time.
The Ghana Football Association yesterday, announced the termination of contract for the Head Coach of the Senior national team, the Black Stars, in the name of CK Akonnor and his 2 assistants. This was as a result of his poor management of the team which led to serious criticisms from all parties and the lack of confidence to win the upcoming African Cup of Nations.
You have done well for clicking on this article. Please follow Achiamaa-News for the latest news in Ghana and the world at large. some days ago, the Ghana Football Association sacked coach CK Akonnor from been the head coach of Ghana Black Stars. When this happened, the Ghana Football Association did not waste time to employed new coach for the Ghana Black Stars.
The hunt for the Black Stars head coach continues after the sacking of CK Akonnor. A lot of names have pop up as possible replacements. The Black Stars needs a coach who understands the African terrain and the World football as a whole. It does not matter whether the person is a local coach or foreigner, all what the country needs is the man who can lead without any influence.
CK Akonnor has released a farewell message to all Ghanaians after he was sacked together with his two assistants from the Black Stars. CK Akonnor was appointed head coach in January 2020 after managing teams like Accra Hearts of Oak and Kumasi Asante Kotoko, the two biggest clubs in Ghanaian football.
The former Ghanaian international has expressed his thoughts on the sacking of C.K Akonnor as the head coach of the Black Stars The former Ghanaian international believes the sacking of C.K Akonnor as the head coach of the Black Stars is a wrong decision taken by the Football Association. C.K Akonnor was kicked out of his position on Monday following his 1-0 loss to South Africa in the 2022 World Cup qualifies.
Ghanaian politicians and member of parliament (MP) for Ningo Prampram, Sam Dzata George speaks on CK Akonnor's exit from the senior national team, Black Stars. Hours after CK Akonnor was sacked, the honourable member of parliament, Sam Dzata George took to his Facebook page and shared his opinion on CK Akonnor's exit from the Black Stars.
Ghana has no Head coach as of September 14th 2021,when C.K Akonnor was sacked following his under performances since joining the Black Stars as the Head Coach. Which next Coach will be able to lead Ghana to redemption, a coach that will be able to stand his grounds with regards to interference from the GFA.
The Member of Parliament for Ningo-Prampram Constituency on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Hon Sam Nartey George has recently reacted to the sacking of CK Akunnor. He reminded Ghanaians of what he said when he was interviewed by Nana Aba Anamoah on Ghana Black Stars' diminishing glory.
Jesaja Akonnor, the son of former black-stars coach CK Akonnor has made it clear, he will be willing to play for the Ghana National team if the opportunity permits itself. Despite the fact that the young prodigy could address the Die Manshaft, the KV Kortrijk starlet wants to play for Ghana.
The Executive Council of the Ghana Football Association has taken a choice to end the arrangement of Black Stars Coach Charles Akonnor and his two Assistants with quick impact. This follows the receipt of the Technical Report from the Head Coach of the Senior National Team and the report from the Black Stars Management Committee following Ghana's Group G World Cup qualifying matches against Ethiopia and South Africa.
The Black stars of Ghana is in search for a new coach following the exit of Charles Kwabena Akonnor a few days ago. In search for a new coach,the Ghana Football Association executive council has set up a three-member committee who will come out to appoint a new Black Stars head coach.
Informations compiled by GHANAsoccernet.com indicate that, more than fifty foreign coaches has shown interest to coach the Black stars of Ghana within 24hrs after CK Akonnor was sacked. On Monday, Ghana FA terminated Coach CK Akonnor contract, after playing 11 matches and winning only 4 of them.
After all the allegations leveld against him and that led to his sacking CK Akonnor has come out Using his official Twitter page to share his gratitude to Ghana, GFA and the President of Ghana and the Former Youth and sports minister Honorable Issac Asiamah who lobbied to his appointment H.E Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo
Milovan Rajevac is set for a colossal payday should he guide the Black Stars to AFCON brilliance one year from now. The GFA, in uncovering the monetary parts of their one-year manage the Serbian expressed that notwithstanding his $30,000 month to month compensation, he stands to procure an additional a $300,000 if the Black Stars win the following year's AFCON.