A loyalist of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Elikem Kotoko, has berated Ghanaians for blaming dismissed coach Milovan as the cause of Black Stars’ woes in the 2021 African Cup of Nations tournament which is ongoing in Cameroon.
According to him, coach Milovan was not to blame, but rather the Ghana Football Association (GFA) which hired him in September last year.
He believes the Serbian didn’t appoint himself, and therefore, deserves no blame.
Elikem made this known in a facebook post on his wall hours ago.
He wrote: “I have seen a nationwide jubilation over the dismissal of Black Stars head coach, Milovan Rajevac, then I realised many Ghanaians have no clue the root cause of our problem. The problem wasn’t or isn’t Milovan.
Ask yourselves who signed on the Serbian who has been almost a total failure in his entire career, who went to hire a coach who has been without a coaching job for the past three (3) years. The rot is in the GFA [Ghana Football Association]. Milovan didn’t appoint himself or find himself to be the most competent, who did?
Aarhhh kpordawoe what do I even know”