Following Ghana’s poor performance in the 2021 African Cup of Nations in Cameroon, coach Milovan Rajevac has defied demands that he should quit.
The Serbian coach believes he is on a mission to get Ghana qualified for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Following Ghana’s devastating defeat to Comoros, Coach Milo told the press that he intended to stay and complete the primary goal for which he was appointed.
Rajevac added, “I aim to stay and lead Ghana in the March World Cup qualifiers.”
“My ultimate goal is to qualify Ghana for the World Cup; AFCON qualification is a secondary one.” Ghana’s World Cup qualifying in March is something I’m looking forward to. “
After losing to Morocco and drawing with Gabon in their first two games, the Black Stars were expected to win in order to qualify for the next stage with four points.
Comoros, a FIFA 132-ranked team, stunned Ghana with possibly their finest performance ever, playing almost 65 minutes with 10 men after Andre Ayew was sent off.