Ghana’s under-fire coach Goran Stevanovic insists he will not resign, leaving his fate in the hands of the Ghana Football Association.
The media landscape has been dominated by calls for the Serbian to quit after the Black Stars finished fourth at the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations.
Stevanovic had declared before the tournament that the Black Stars would win the trophy to end the 30-year title drought.
But his plight worsened when the Black Stars missed out ono third place at the tournament when they were beaten 2-0 by Mali in the playoff match.
Despite calls for his dismissal, Stevanovic says he wants to continue to lead the Black Stars to glory in the future. “I feel good here and I want to continue here because I think we build one strong team for the future,” he told the local press.
A decision on Stevanovic’s future will be taken by the Ghana Football Association in two weeks’ time with the odds firmly against him.
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