The first two matches of the ongoing FIFA World Cup Qualifiers were played this September, the first international break of the brand new season and some MAs had to do away with their national team coaches.
The first was Egypt, as Hossam El Badry was the first to be sacked by the Egyptian FA. The gaffer had a fair result in his reign, recording 5 wins and four draws. Only the Egyptian FA knows why he was sacked.
However, the Egyptian FA quickly appointed his replacement two days later, as Carlos Queiroz was appointed as the new coach of the pharaohs of Egypt.
The second casualty was Zdravko Logarušić of Zimbabwe, who was sacked on Monday, September 13. His sack was vivid as he has won just one game in 14 matches since he took charge in February last year.
The Zimbabwe FA is yet to announce his replacement.
After a discussion between the Ghanaian FA and the government, Akon I was shown the exit door. The Ghanaian FA with immediate effect created a commission headed by Mark Addo to find a coach within 72 hours.
Consequently, they identified former Black Stars coach, Milovan Rajevac as their new coach and will be presented next week, according to ghanasoccer.net.
The 67-year-old led the black stars to the quarter-finals of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in SouthAfrica and the final of the AFCON the same year.
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