'The Milo has expired' - Ghanaians tear into Black Stars coach after Gabon draw

'The Milo has expired' - Ghanaians tear into Black Stars coach after Gabon draw

Lukman Mumuni
January 15, 2022 at 8:24 AM
  • Ghanaian football fans have been left disappointed once again after the Black Stars disappointingly drew with Gabon
  • Gabon's Jim Allevinah scored late as the Black Stars threw away a early lead to draw 1-1 in their second group C game at the Africa Cup of Nations
  • The Black Stars have picked only a point in their two games so far at the tournament currently ongoing in Cameroon

Fans of the senior national team of Ghana have vented their disappointment at Black Stars coach Milovan Rajevac after the team's 1-1 draw against Gabon on Friday evening.

Andre Ayew's 18th minute belter was cancelled two minutes from time by Gabon's Jim Allevinah, as the Black Stars picked just a point in two games.

Ghanaians reacted with many expressing their frustrations on Social Media, as the the Black Stars' chances of progressing becoming slimmer.

Milovan Rajevac with the Black Stars team. SOURCE: Twitter/ @GhanaBlackstars
'The Milo has expired' - Ghanaians tear into Black Stars coach after Gabon draw. SOURCE: Twitter/ @GhanaBlackstars
Source: Twitter
"This Milo has expired. FDA has to issue a statement walahi," wrote Sam George, a Member of Parliament in Ghana.
"Sleep sef no dey come. Milo, ob3 suban,"added Nana Aba Anamoah.
"A poor result for the Black Stars of Ghana. Expressed my concerns very early about Gabon and the problems they posed for Ghana. Milo did not manage the game properly and has paid the price. Now is not the time to say we will qualify in third place. This was not good enough," Godfred Akoto Boafo wrote.
"Dede Ayew was leading this Black Star team straight to the finals till Milo subbed him," wrote Kweku Majesty.
"Rewatching this makes me feel our players themselves allowed the ref to take that decision...none of them raised their hands neither did they protest about the drop ball/throw in for serves us right ..Milo should improve," adds Michael Akomeah.

Ghana shares spoils with Gabon in crunch AFCON clash

Andre Ayew's strike from 25 yards gave the Black Stars the lead following a cagey first half but Gabon will draw level with two minutes left.

The Ghana captain collected a pass from Thomas Partey and on a spin fired to beat the Gabonese goalkeeper.

However, a much improved Gabon side in the second half shocked the Black Stars after a lapse in concentration led to Jim Allevinah taking in his marker and firing home for his side.

Ghana next play debutant Comoros Island while Gabon faces Morocco.

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Lukman Abdul Mumin is a Sports Journalist based in Accra, Ghana. He has been writing for the past five years. Lukman joined Sports Brief as an Editor for the Local Desk in 2022.
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