Milovan Rajevac, Serbian coach, has begun his second stint in Ghana as head coach.
Rajevac was in charge of Tuesday’s first training session as the Black Stars prepare to face crucial World Cup qualifiers against Zimbabwe.
The 67 year-old was involved in training and could be seen running and kicking footballs just like the players.
After Charles Akonnor’s poor performance, he was reappointed in September.
Rajevac signed a one-year deal. It can be renewed if he qualifies for the 2022 FIFA World Cup or wins next year’s Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon.
Rajevac was able to qualify for the World Cup in his first spell, which lasted two years. He made Ghana the third African country to reach the quarter-final. He was also very close to winning Angola’s 2010 Afcon.
When Ghana hosts Zimbabwe at the Cape Coast stadium, he will be back in the dugout for the first time since reappointment.
The same fixture will be played three days later in Harare.
Rajevac’s boys must win both games if they are to qualify for Qatar’s World Cup.