Stakeholders in Ghana football are sharply divided over how to salvage the Black Stars following their abysmal performance at the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in Cameroun, which saw the team crash out at the first hurdle.

While some insist on a radical approach — the outright dismissal of the Head Coach, Milovan Rajevac, and the dissolution of the national team — others are calling for cool heads, sober reflection and a measured approach to the way forward.

Committee, headed by the GFA Executive Council (ExCo) member, Mr George Amoako.

The CheckAfrica News gathered that the GFA wanted the coach maintained to correct the mistakes of the AFCON, especially as the team had little time to prepare for a crucial World Cup qualification playoff against Nigeria in March.

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