The Ghana Football Association has sacked the head coach of the senior national male football team, the Black Stars. The news of his sacking was made known this morning and the coach will be leaving the post he took over about four months ago.
According to sources, the coach will be paid three months salary in lieu but he rejected the offer. No reason has been given yet as to why he turned down the remuneration.
A caretaker coach will be appointed as soon as possible to oversee the remaining stage of the 2022 World Cup Qualifiers. Ghana is in Pot 2 alongside Egypt, Mali, Cameroon and DR Congo and could face Senegal, Algeria, Morocco, Nigeria or Tunisia in the two-legged playoff.
Coach Milovan’s sacking came a day after the Sports Ministry directed the GFA to reconstitute the technical team of the Black Stars including the head coach. Though Kurt Okraku, the GFA president had defended the coach soon after the Stars touched down in Accra from Cameroon, he has obliged and fired the Serbian.