Member of Parliament for the North Tongu constituency, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has described Ghana Black Stars head coach, Milovan Rajevac as someone without the right mentality and control to handle the senior National soccer team.
He advocates the coach should be sacked, in addition to suspension of all international football activities by the Ghana Football Association and the Ministry of Youth and Sports.
According to him, this will help the country build its National Teams from scratch else the continuation of losing the football fear factor glory is looming to the lowest level.
In a Facebook post to express his frustration after the team’s shambolic exit from the ongoing 2021 AFCON tournament, the lawmaker said, “without a shred of doubt, this Black Stars selection could not have faced the North Tongu Female Keep Fit Club”.
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What a shambolic outing by the Black Stars! This will go down as perhaps the most disastrous tournament performance in Ghana’s footballing history. Who would have imagined that my 3 goals prediction will rather be in favour of Comoros — the underdogs who shall eternally cherish their humiliation and annihilation of Ghana tonight as though they lifted the World Cup. Without a shred of doubt, this Black Stars selection could not have faced the North Tongu Female Keep Fit Club. The team must be immediately dissolved, the coach sacked, and a full-scale national public enquiry launched into why Ghana football is in such a sorry mess. Ghana’s day of self-inflicted international shame!