Milovan Rajevac Assured Of Successful Second Spell As Ghana Coach

Serbian Milovan Rajevac has said that he’s confident Ghana will do great things during his second stint as the head of the African giants.

Rajevac in an interview conducted with Ghana Football Association media team on Monday, expressed joy over the positive remarks made by officials, fans, and media and advised them to not slow down.

I can see so many good comments from the media and the fans, so they are equally important in this process so the only way we can achieve great things is if we think the same way and know what is our primary target and do everything in our power to achieve that together and I think we are on the right path,” he said.

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Milovan is in the squad for the past month, as he was appointed twice in October, following the demotion from the team of Charles Akonnor.

He’s started well and has won the double-header match against Zimbabwe to ensure Ghanaians that they can qualify for 2022’s World Cup.

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They are still one point behind South Africa, but the team’s confidence is high going into the final two games of November.

Black Stars will face Ethiopia and South Africa respectively, both games must be won since six points are enough to ensure the team’s place in the final round of qualifying.

Prior to when Rajevac was appointed, the team played two games, losing one game and won the other, as some were even writing away the Black Stars.

However, the team has greatly improved in the brief time Rajevac is in the charge. They are confident and are very disciplined, as evident in their second game match against Zimbabwe on the pitch in Harare.

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Rajevac’s first stint which ran for two years from 2008 to the year 2010 had a decent amount of success. He led Ghana through his World Cup qualifiers in South Africa, however, that was followed by an appearance in the finals at the Africa Cup of Nations in Angola.