The Ghana Football Association have terminated the contract of black stars head coach Charles Akonno and his two assistants, David Duacan and Richard Kingson after a shaky start to the world cup qualifiers.
This comes following a report from the head coach of the black stars and that of the Black Stars management committee following Ghana’s group G World Cup qualifying matches against Ethiopia as and South Africa.
The reports were not encouraging to the ears of the country’s FA as the report by management team say the coach had lost the control of the dressing room and that some players had lost confidence in the head coach according to ghanasoccernet.
“The Executive council after considering the two reports have decided to terminate it’s relationship with head coach CK Akonno and his two assistants” a statement from the Ghana FA
Conflicting views on the coach future as ghanasoccernet is reporting that some powerful political figures in Ghana were in favor of Akonno staying as Ghana coach, but the Ghanaian FA stood its ground saying Akonno can not lead the black to glory.
With the technical bench now vacant, the executive council have set up a committee of three: Mark Addo, Alhaji Salifu and Dr Randy Abbey to get a coach and assistant within 72 hours.
Ghana have harvested just three points in two games and will have to play Zimbabwe in a double header next month.