Peace FM’s Head of Sports, Dan Kweku Yeboah has described as “useless decision” by the Ghana Football Association [GFA] to sack Black Stars head coach, Kwesi Appiah and reappoint Milovan Rajevac.
Kwesi Appiah who led Ghana’s shambolic World Cup in Brazil 2014 was appointed two years ago and relieved off his post on Thursday, 24 hours after leading the Black Stars to beat Togo 3-2 in a 2015 African Nations Cup qualifier.
The Executive Committee of the GFA took the decision to sack the coach despite picking up four points from the available six in the qualifiers.
Following a miserable World Cup, the plan was to get a technical adviser for Kwesi Appiah, who then chose veteran local coach Ben Koufie.
His choice was rebuffed by the three-man committee setup to do the job, but they went about looking for another choice by appointing Ghana’s former Serbian coach, Milovan Rajevac as Technical Adviser to Kwesi Appiah.
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Although Kwesi Appiah has insisted on several platforms that “I am not ready to resign”, unconfirmed reports indicates that the GFA will stump out a whopping US$ 876,000 to dismiss Coach Kwesi Appiah as severance package which is his consolidated two-year salary.