Milovan Rajevac’s poor record during his second spell in charge of Black Stars led to his sack.
Only four months after taking over as Black Stars coach, Serbian trainer Milovan Rajevac has been sacked after a poor run that saw Ghana exit the Africa Cup of Nations at the group stage.
Rajevac’s endured a difficult second spell despite leading Ghana to the FIFA World Cup qualifiers play-offs spot.
In eight games in charge of the Black Stars, Milovan Rajevac won only three, lost three, and drew two after replacing C.K Akonnor in September.
Under the coach, Ghana had its worst-ever Africa Cup of Nations campaign, after failing to win a single game at the tournament in Cameroon
The Black Stars will find out their opponents for the play-offs of the World Cup today, January 22.
However, the 2010 AFCON final coach will not be in charge of the West African powerhouse.
Meanwhile, the GFA will be in a hunt for a new coach, their third since the Kurt administration took over office.