The Serbian coach says that his career is not on the line despite the Black Stars failing to advance from their group at the Afcon.
Despite the Black Stars having their poorest performance in the Africa Cup of Nations since 2006, Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac has stated that he would not quit.
Ghana failed to win any of their three games at the 2021 Afcon, finishing last in Group C after losing to Morocco and the Comoros and sharing the spoils with Gabon.
Milovan, on the other hand, believes he still has unfinished business with the Black Stars, believing he is the best person to qualify them for the 2022 Fifa World Cup, which will be held in Qatar later this year.
“I’m not going anywhere.” After the loss against Comoros, Milovan stated, “I want to remain and qualify Ghana for the World Cup.”
“We didn’t get off to the best start against Comoros, and we dropped an early goal.” We got off to a bad start, but Andre Ayew’s red card turned things around. “I believe Comoros deserved to win because they outplayed us,” he continued.
Ghana has advanced to the last round of World Cup qualifying and will learn their opponents in March following a Caf draw.