Reports in Ghana claim Black Stars coach Milovan Rajevac has been sacked after the country’s disastrous 2021 Africa Cup of nations (AFCON) campaign in Cameroon.
All the Ghanaians will remember the 33rd edition of the Africa Cup of nations as the worst participation of Black Stars as they failed to register a single win before their elimination from the group stages.
Ghana shared Group C alongside Morocco, Gabon and Comoros with the debutants [Comoros] being he one who put an end to their AFCON 2021 journey beating them 3-2 on matchday 3.
After an emergency meeting between the Ministry of Youth and Sports and the Ghana Football Association’s (GFA) leading officials, it has been ordered to the Ghana FA to sack the 68-year old Serbian manager or the Ministry will no longer pay him his salary.
According to reliable GSN, Ghana FA agreed to sack Milovan Rajevac at the helm of Black Stars.
Should the news be confirmed later, this will be a great failure for Coach Milo who led Ghana to AFCON 2010 final and World Cup 2010 quater-final in South Africa.
Rajevac was re-appointed by Ghana in September 2021 as a replacement of Charles Kwablan Akonnor for him to bring back Ghana to where it belongs, but he failed in his mission.