Nenad Glisic: Milovan Rajevac’s Interpreter Hints Of Serbian Return As Ghana Coach

Serbian Nenad Glisic has hinted at Milovan Rajevac’s imminent return to Ghana to take over the Black Stars job for a second stint.

Glisic was Rajevac’s interpreter when he coached Ghana between 2008 and 2010 because the Serbian tactician apparently did not speak English.

And Glisic has reportedly updated his social media profile with a picture of a little boy wearing an oversized Ghana jersey. The move seems to confirm earlier report, that GFA are on the verge of hiring Rajevac.

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Rajevac is well-regarded by Ghanaians for his great works in the two years from 2008 and 2010 that he was in charge of the senior national team.

He guided Ghana to the 2010 Africa Cup of Nations final with a relatively young squad and to qualify for a second straight World Cup in 2010.

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It was Rajevac’s Black Stars that came agonizingly close to reaching the semi-finals of the World Cup in South Africa.

The Serbian coach rejected a four-year contract from the Ghana FA to go sign for the Al Ahly Jeddah.

Since he parted ways with Ghana in 2010, he has managed five teams including Algeria and Qatar but has been without a job since 2019 when he was sacked by Thailand.

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