Goran Stevanovic arrives Tuesday night ahead of a meeting with the Ghana FA’s Executive Committee over his future as coach of the Black Stars.
The Serbian failed on his promise of delivering victory for Ghana at the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations but had expressed his desire to remain Ghana coach at least for the remainder of his one-year left to run on his two-year deal.
Rather the Black Stars could only manage fourth-place haven suffered a shocking 1-0 loss at the hands of eventual winners Zambia in the semi finals.
The 45-year-old will be thus required to explain to the powerful 22-member committee on Wednesday why Ghana was unable to win its fifth African crown after a staggering 30-year wait in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.
It is after his explanation that the Ex.Co will decide whether to retain the services of the ex Partizan Belgrade coach who is on a 30,000 euro monthly wage.
A press conference follows after the meeting to brief the media of its outcome and to also answer questions related to Ghana’s disappointing campaign and the CAN and the way forward.
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