Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac has been sacked just four days after the country’s disastrous African Cup exit.
The decision was taken by the Ghana FA on Saturday morning, the country’s leading football news service can confirm the decision.
It comes less than 12 hours after the sports minister ordered a massive overhaul of the team’s backroom staff, the Black Stars’ rare first-round exit from Africa’s flagship football tournament.
The Serbian coach oversaw one of Ghana’s worst performances in the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon.
The four-time CAN champions only managed to score a single point in the Group C competition with Morocco, Gabon and Comoros.
Ghana lost to Morocco and debutants Comoros in the group stage to exit the competition.
The Ghana FA and technical team led by coach Milovan Rajevac came under intense pressure after the exit with calls from fans for the team to be disbanded and the coach sacked.
After a stakeholder meeting held on Friday between the Ministry of Sports and the Ghana Football Association.
The Ghana FA have been urged to terminate the appointment of Milovan Rajevac with immediate effect.
Our sources at the Ministry of Sports say the Ghana FA have given their agreement in principle to fire the 68-year-old.
The Sports Ministry wants the Serbian coach to leave, otherwise he will stop paying his salaries.
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