The country’s football association (GFA) discussed the 68-year-old Serb’s position for the first time just three days after the shock 3–2 loss to Comoros sealed their fate at the tournament in Cameroon.
“This follows the receipt of the technical report from the coach and the report from the management committee, following Ghana’s early exit from the Africa Cup of Nations,” a GFA statement said on Wednesday.
“The GFA will soon announce the reconstituted technical team and management committee after full engagement with all relevant stakeholders.”
Ghana will need to have a coach in place ahead of their crucial 2022 World Cup play-off against arch-West African rivals Nigeria in March.
The Black Stars endured a dismal tournament in Cameroon under Rajevac, taking just a single point from games against Morocco, Gabon and Comoros and finishing bottom of Group C.
Comoros’ defeat in a game they needed to win to qualify for the round of 16 marked one of the lowest points in national team history.
Rajevac was reappointed for his second term as Ghana boss in September 2021 and did well initially, successfully guiding Ghana through the second round of World Cup qualifying with a controversial victory over Africa from South.
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