The Ghana Football Association has for the third time postponed their decision on coach Goran Stevanovic after a meeting on Friday.
The Serbian held talks with a five-man emergency committee at the FA secretariat in Accra but nothing concrete was agreed on.
Stevanovic's inability to arrive last Tuesday for the crunch talks has dragged the process of reviewing his work.
He will now have to wait until next week to know his fate.
'We will continue our meeting with the coach on Monday as we seek the right approach to keep the Black Stars on the right path going into the future,' a statement on the Ghana FA official website read.
'We will keep the public posted on any developments following our meeting next week.'
Stevanovic is facing the sack for his failure to win the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.
The former Partizan Belgrade boss has expressed his interest to continue work as Black Stars coach.
He has one year left on his contract and that will expire in February 2013.