Ghana Football Association (GFA) have parted ways with head coach Chris Hughton following their group stage exit from the Africa Cup of Nations in Ivory Coast.
A statement by Ghana FA confirmed: “The Ghana Football Association wishes to announce that Chris Hughton has been relieved of his duties as head coach of the senior national team with immediate effect.
“The Executive Council has also decided to dissolve the technical team of the Black Stars. The GFA will in the coming days provide a roadmap on the future direction of the Black Stars.”
The Black Stars finished on two points in Group B, drawing 2-2 with both Egypt and Mozambique following a 2-1 defeat by Cape Verde in their opener.
Ghana had distant hopes of progressing as one of four best-ranked third placed sides, but were eliminated on Tuesday when results went against them. Hughton had been appointed as Ghana head coach in February last year. Hughton began working as a technical adviser for the four-time continental champions in February 2022.
He replaced Otto Addo as boss after Addo stepped down following the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, where Ghana finished bottom of Group H with one win from three matches.