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Milovan does not deserve GFA sympathy after the Black Stars' AFCON exit – Gabby Otchere-Darko


  A main individual from the administering New Patriotic Party (NPP), Gabby Otchere-Darko, is persuaded that mentor Milovan Rajevac ought to be criticized by the Ghana Football Association (GFA) for the Black Stars' initial exit in the 2021 AFCON competition.

Mr. Otchere-Darko has noticed that remarks made by Mr. Rajevac after the senior public soccer group got kicked out by Comoros on Tuesday, mirror his evil arrangement towards the Africa Cup of Nations.

Following the Black Stars' misfortune, Milovan said he won't leave his post regardless of the group's exit.

In his post-match meeting, he said: "I will remain and lead Ghana in the World Cup qualifiers in March. I accept we have a group that can become more grounded and gets to the World Cup.

He let Ghanaians know that he has dealt with the group for only three and a half months, subsequently "don't expect magic."But as per Mr. Otchere-Darko in a tweet, the expression made by the mentor is somewhat awful as it shows his absence of earnestness.

"I won't leave, since I came here to take Ghana to the World Cup." The awful expressions of Coach Milo. These words alone affirm that the Serb didn't move toward the AFCON competition with the reality expected of a public coach." He, subsequently, said, "he (Milovan Rajevac) doesn't merit the compassion of the GFA".Meanwhile, the previous President of the GFA, Dr. Nyaho Tamakloe, and the Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, have required the disbandment of the current Black Stars group and the termination of mentor Rajevac.

"The primary thing is to disintegrate it completely and search for another skillful mentor," Dr. Tamakloe said on Joy FM's Super Morning Show on Wednesday.

In a Facebook post, Mr. Ablakwa noticed that, "the group should be quickly disintegrated, the mentor terminated, and a full-scale public request sent off into why Ghana football is in a particularly sorry wreck. Ghana's day of self-caused worldwide shame!"According to Mr. Ablakwa, this should be done quickly as "the current group isn't considerable to try and face the Female Keep Fit Club in North Tongu."

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