Sports News Wed, 19 Jan 2022

Don't dare step foot in Ghana - Former GFA vice president 'warns' Milovan

Former Vice President of the Ghana Football Association(GFA), George Afriyie has warned the coach of the Black Stars, Milovan Rajevac that he has no business stepping foot in Ghana after the team's abysmal performance in the ongoing AFCON.

The Black Stars finished bottom of Group C with just a point from three games. The defeat cemented their bottom-ranked status in the group after losing 3-2 to debutants Comoros in Doula on Tuesday.

The defeat has sparked a wave of anger and controversy in the West African nation with widespread calls for the sacking of Milovan Rajevac and massive reforms.

Expressing his views on the Black Stars' abysmal performance in an exclusive interview on Hot 93.9FM, the former vice president of the Ghana Football Association, without mincing words cautioned Coach Milovan Rajevac not to step foot in Ghana again:

"The coach has no business coming back to Ghana...he should dare not step foot to Ghana, he should stay in Cameroon he is a disgrace", George Afriyie angrily tells Stonchist

According to the former Vice President of the GFA, he would be extremely surprised if the Coach is not being sacked for putting up such a humiliating performance.

"This is a total disgrace...this shambolic performance of the team has never happened before... I will be very surprised if he is maintained as the head coach of the team for the World Cup". He vented his spleen

The Black Stars are expected to fly back home on Thursday after their shambolic and obsoletely disastrous outing at this year's tournament.

Source: hotfmghana.com
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