Abedi Pele: It’s about time Ghana sacrificed someone for 2012 Afcon failure

As the football maestro pushes for someone’s head to roll over an unsatisfactory performance at the 2012 Nations Cup, the coach’s future will be known on Monday
Former Ghana captain Abedi Pele has said that the Ghana Football Association needs to take pragmatic measures now to save the Black Stars in order to better their output at the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations.

He lamented the delay in deciding the future of the national team coach Goran Stevanovic, who led the team to a fourth-place finish in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.

“We are all very sad for such a thing to have happened because people are anxious and I can understand because it has gone on a bit too much,” Abedi told Goal.com.

“For great teams and people who love their country when there is crisis like this the first thing you do is one must be sacrificed; when the team hasn’t performed there is only one person who must be sacrificed and they the GFA are failing to do and if we don’t take the decision early I don’t know what the future is going to be,” he added.

The fate of the Serbian will be known on Monday when the Ghana FA meets with him for the last time over issues concerning his compensation as it is being reported that he has been sacked.