The Ghana Football Association sacked the Serbian tactician Milovan Rajevac as the head coach of the Black Stars following a motion-of-no- confidence in him that was held by the Ministry of Youth and Sports, and Ghana Football Association officials on Friday, this comes after Ghana’s poor stint in AFCON.
Rajevac was appointed as Ghana’s head coach last September, with a mandate to lead Ghana to AFCON glory and guide the Black Stars to secure qualification for the 2022 World Cup.
The Black Stars finished their worst ever performance in AFCON history with their elimination from the continental showpiece at the group stage without winning a single game.
It is the first time since 2006 the Black Stars failed to go past the group phase of the tournament.Ghana were knocked out of the competition after an embarassing 3-2 shocking loss to debutants Comoros in their last group game, having earlier lost 1-0 to Morocco and drawn 1-1 with Gabon.
The Black Stars are currently without a coach and could possibly be lead by someone new ahead of the 2022 World Cup preparations.