“No Ghanaian coach can handle Black Stars than Milovan Rajevac,” GFA Exco member Oduro Sarfo insists


The former Berekum Chelsea chief believes the Serbian coach must be given another opportunity despite failing woefully at the Afcon

Ghana Football Association executive council member Nana Oduro Sarfo has insisted that Milovan Rajevac is the best man to coach the Black Stars despite the poor performance at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations ongoing in Cameroon.

The Black Stars were kicked out from the tournament in the group stage after losing to Morocco and minnows Comoros as well as drawing against Gabon.

Although, a large section of Ghanaians believe Milovan must be sacked and a Ghanaian appointed as the interim coach to handle the Black Stars, Sarfo believes no Ghanaian has the requisite knowledge to manage the team at this point.

Former coach Kwesi Appiah, Ibrahim Tanko, Sellas Tetteh among others are currently available.

“We had a Ghanaian coach sometime back and what was the results..? Sometimes, he asked the management members to help him in players selection,” Oduro Sarfo told Cape Coast-based Darling FM in an interview.

“I know the GFA President is eager to equip coaches. It is not official yet but he [GFA Boss] is planning to send some coaches outside for attachment, until then, no local coach is ready to handle the Black Stars. No Ghanaian coach can handle the Black Stars now,” he added.

The Black Stars arrived in the country at dawn of Thursday and nicodemusly went into their homes since they hugely disappointed Ghanaians.

Ghana will return to international duties in March as they await their opponents for the final round of 2022 Fifa World Cup qualifiers.

The winner after the two legs will automatically qualify to the World Cup to be staged in Qatar.


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