PLAVI to Unshrine FA If …………
3/12/2012 12:21:40 PM -
Coach of the senior national soccer team of Ghana Goran 'Plavi' Stevanovic is set to unshrine the secrete 'god' that has been hidden in the Ghana Football Association if sacked tomorrow as speculated.
The Serb who came with a positive dream of quenching the thirst of many Ghanaian soccer fans (winning a trophy for nation) has come under serious attacks from the public and some members of the executive committee of the Ghana Football Association after he failed to honor his promise in the CAN 2012.
Goran Stevanovic was not on top of his game in Gabon/Equatorial Guinea when he led the Black Stars who were tagged as pre tournament favorite to showing 'heart-attacking' performance throughout their journey until they were gateshot in the semi final by eventual winners the Chipolopolo's of Zambia.
Ghanaians are made to believe that the Serbian tactician would be paid compensation should he be sacked but according to a reliable source the Ministry of Youth and Sports is not willing to paying a dime of that fee because they think the FA did not briefed them adequately on the contractual agreement of the coach and this has put a lot of fear in the FA to deciding on the future of Plavi.
Goran Stevanovic is the only coach on record that the GFA gave a-two-week judgment day contrary to that of the Holy Bible which saids the judgment day shall come like the thief who is coming to steal at night and that not even the son of man is aware of.
Most of Ghanaians are of the view that if Plavi is going to be maintained then he needs to be forced to stay in the country to unearth local talents which is the future of the Black Stars but the question is, who gives Plavi the permission to be leaving Ghana at every second?
When owner and founder of Kumasi based King Faisal Alhaji Karim Grunsah suddenly appeared at the FA's last Press Conference he did not only broke protocol but told the coach his humble opinion, 'Coach me I don't know you, I have not say hi to you and you have also not say hi to me before. I don't know you but I support your work but I want you to stay in Ghana and watch our league'.
'You can't work in the Ministry and take your pay at Cocoa affairs. We pay you and not Serbia so I want you to stay here in Ghana and do the work', he added. But as if the employers of the coach did not hear Grunsah's humble plea, Plavi was giving the permission to travel to Serbia after Ghana's friendly game against Chile when they FA knew they had giving their 'White Angel' a judgment day.
According to report, Goran Stevanovic got his job as coach of the Black Stars through the radar of Virtus International and this time around virtus over powered the FA psychologically in the contractual agreement with their client and this has enabled their client to getting more power than the Association that employed him.
The FA President Mr. Kwesi Nyantekyi has been taken by events to the extent of questioning the intelligence of some of his own executive members which he's yet to name them. What is more, Nyantekyi told the media that some of the players of the team that represented Ghana in the CAN 2012 wanted personal glories to the detriment of the nation and that affected the team's performance.
In the 'Nyantekyi leaks' chapter four where he saids some members of his executives has been leaking confidential information to some section of the media, 'I was shocked to the bone marrow to see a copy of the official document presented to us at the Executive Committee on a website just after the meeting,' the FA President said boldly but na who cause am?
One thing is certain 'Plavi's Judgment Day' is near and there's going to be a lot of interesting revelations this week in the Ghanaian sporting arena.
By: El-Amisty Nobo/Freelance Journalance.