Ghana coach resigns due to ill health

Updated: 25 February 2007 10:35 IST

Ghana's soccer coach has resigned because of ill health, the Ghana Football Association said on its Web site Sunday.

Ghana coach resigns due to ill health

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Ghana's soccer coach has resigned because of ill health, the Ghana Football Association said on its Web site Sunday.Serbian Ratomir Dujkovic left capital Accra on Friday, the association said. His two-year contract was set to expire in December.The association said the 60-year-old coach submitted a letter Thursday saying he was leaving because of his health, but did not provide further details.The association said it would make a formal statement on Wednesday. Under Dujkovic's watch, Ghana's Black Stars debuted at the World Cup with victories over much-higher ranked teams including the Czech Republic and the United States. Ghana was the only African team to advance to the second round, where it lost to Brazil. (AP)



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