Ghana FA On The Verge Of Naming Milovan Rajevac As Black Stars Coach

The Ghana Football Association (GFA) is on the verge of naming Serbian trainer Milovan Rajevac as the new coach of their national team for his second stint with the Black Stars, can exclusively report, confirming our revelation on the day Charles Akonnor was sacked.

The three-man committee tasked with selection a new coach for the Black Stars has agreed to hand the experienced Serbian the mandate to return to coach the Black Stars after his heroics with the national team at the 2010 World Cup.

With the 72-hour deadline given to the committee, it has decided to narrow down on ‘Milo’for various reasons including his knowledge of the Ghanaian terrain, his strong discipline and track record to at least salvage the Black Stars World Cup campaign and take the country to the Africa Cup of Nations tournament.

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The only thing left is for the GFA to inform the Sports Ministry before an agreement could be reached with the coach on his salary for the next two years.

Ghanais set to be re-appointed as head coach of the Ghana national team, can exclusively reported as

The experienced tactician will replace CK Akonnor who was dismissed last Monday following a defeat to South Africa in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.

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The Ghana Football Association are convinced the former Qatar and Thailand gaffer is best cut for the head coach role considering his experience on the continent.

Rajevac managed the Black Stars from August 2008 to November 2010 where he carved a niche for himself.

The 69-year-old led Ghana to the Africa Cup of Nations final in 2010 in Angola and a World Cup quarter-final place losing to Uruguay on penalties.

GHANAsoccernet exclusively reported one day ago that the Serbian trainer is the frontrunner to take over the vacant head coach role of the Black Stars.

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Rajevac is expected to lead Ghana in the next World Cup qualification matches against Zimbabwe in a doubleheader next month.

Ghana are currently sitting at the 2nd place on the standings after two rounds of the qualifications.

The Serbian will also be tasked to lead the Black Stars to a 2021 Africa Cup of Nations triumph in Cameroon next January.

Rajevac during his first reign as Ghana’s coach was named African Coach of the Year in 2010 after impressive outings at the AFCON and World Cup respectively.