Ghanaian football journalist Michael Oti Adjei, who contributes to platforms including BBC Sport, ESPN and Modern Ghana, sees no hope for Rajevac to continue as Ghana coach.
“I don't think he is fit, I don't think he has the capacity. I advocated for his return and I was happy to see him come but I don't think he has the capacity to be able to lead us to win anything,” Adjei told Ghana’s TV3 news.
“ I think that we were a bit nostalgic, with the benefit of hindsight, but also we were hopeful he would bring all those qualities from 2010.
“It's pretty obvious why after  he went for so long without a job and we almost seemed to give him a rescue mission.
“I think the decisions he made in Cameroon, the outcome of the games, his late substitutions, losing to a Comoros side ranked 132, couldn't beat Gabon, his game management — everything to me points to a man who is past his time and cannot lead this team.
“ I think we need to be honest with ourselves. We need to get rid of Rajevac as quickly as possible.
“The draw for the next round of the World Cup will be made on Friday. We may qualify or we may not qualify for the World Cup, but I'm convinced keeping Rajevac in charge of our team diminishes our chances.”
After leaving Ghana in 2010 Rajevac took jobs in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Slovenia and Algeria but had been out of a job since leaving the Thailand national team in 2019 before being recalled to the Black Stars to replace CK Akonnor in September.