The disappointed supporters poured out their frustrations following the Black Stars 1-1 stalemate with Gabon in the ongoing Afcon
Several disgruntled Ghanaian supporters in Cameroon poured out their frustrations about poor tactics and substitutions by Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac following the 1-1 draw with Gabon in Group C fixture of 2021 Africa Cup of Nations.
The Black Stars took a deserving lead through Andre Ayew but Gabon left it late to equalise and broke the hearts of several Ghanaians who watched the game in the stadium and behind their television sets.
As a result, a popular Ghanaian supporter called Obour, who has followed the the Black Stars to major tournament insisted that the coach is poor and lacks the technical know-how to manage games.
The disgruntled supporter out of frustration added that he would’ve sacked the Serbian coach from the team’s camp and if possible shoot him if he had a gun.
“This coach is poor and not the best. Whenever I raise issues about him, they clap back at me that Obour is troublesome,” he said.
“The coach is very luck that there are police here to protect him or else I would’ve manhandled him. Because if him I’m not attending the last game of the group against Comoros.
“If I have gun right now, I would’ve shot him. I swear to God, he is breaking our hearts. The coach needs to be sacked,” he added.
Watch the video by the supporters
Ghana must defeat Comoros on Tuesday in Garoua before they can secure their place in the round of 16