The government through the Ministry of Youth of Sports has ordered the Ghana Football Association (GFA) to sack coach Milovan Rajevac over the abysmal performance of the Black Stars in the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon.
According to sources within the corridors of the Sports Ministry, the order was made in a crunch meeting between the Sports Ministry and the GFA which lasted for about an hour and half.
The sources say the demand by the Ministry has the full blessing of the president.
However, the GFA argue that it will be a bad decision to sack the stars coach at this critical moment. The GFA stated that the stars have a crucial world cup playoffs in February and March and any change in the technical team will have dire consequences on the fortunes of the senior national team.
Milovan Rajevac was contracted by the GFA last September following the sack of C.K Akunnor.
Sources say sacking coach Rajevac will cost Ghana more than $200,000.
Many Ghanaians are demanding for the sack of coach Rajevac following the Black Stars worst ever performance in an African Cup of Nations.
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