As Ghanasoccernet.com exclusively revealed, the legendary Serbian coach Milovan Rajvac will arrive in Ghana on Sunday night to make his second national team appearance with the four-time African champion Black Star. He will sign with the national team. .
The 67-year-old player arrived in Accra, the capital of Ghana tonight, and will be appointed as Ghana's new coach after all the paperwork is completed on Tuesday at the latest, Ghanasoccernet.com, the leading football news agency in Ghana, announced.
He will meet with officials of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) on Monday morning and then meet with the Minister of Sports of Ghana, His Excellency Mustafa Usif later in the day.
After meeting with the Minister of Sports, Rajvac will sign a two-year performance-based contract to coach the Black Star team and repeat his magic with the team he leads to enter the 2010 quarter-finals .
It is believed that before his arrival, GFA and Rajvac had agreed to all the terms of the contract because things needed to be finalized quickly and in a timely manner in order to name his lineup for the World Cup qualifier against Zimbabwe next month.
The Serb has an official residence and a company car so that he can perform his duties effectively.
This revelation came before the GFA officially announced the results of the three-person committee's report on the selection of new coaches for the national team.
This confirms that GFA is about to appoint Rajvac as their new national coach for the Black Star team for the second time. GHANAsoccernet.com can exclusively report and confirm our disclosure on the day Charles Akonnor was released.
On Monday last week, GFA fired Akonnor for the inconspicuous performance of Black Stars. A few minutes later, Ghana's leading football news agency revealed that Rajevac was leading Ojb.
Now, the Threeman Committee has agreed to consistent with a new trainer of black stars, and experienced Serbian is committed to parcel the Black Star with the national team of the 2010 World Cup. The
Serbs were also commissioned to lead the Black Star team to victory in the 2021 Africa Cup in Cameroon in January next year.
Rajevac has made history with Ghana
Rajevac has made history with Ghana
Rajevac, in his first term as Ghana's coach, was elected African coach of the year in 2010 after impressive appearances at the AFCON and the World Cup.
This 67 year old Of players made history by leading the Black Star team to the quarterfinals in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
A few months ago, he led Ghana to the Afcon final in Angola, losing to Egypt in the final.
Rajevac coached Ghana from 2008 to 2010.
Before his World Cup success, he was first known for leading the injured Black Star team to the Afcon final, which surprised many people.
The 23-player team includes 7 players who are part of the Ghana team that won the 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup.
The young Black Star team played against Egypt in the final until the 85th minute when they were replaced by Mohamed Nagy `Gedo` and won an incredible championship.
In the World Cup, Ghana missed a penalty kick in the last minute against Uruguay in the quarter-finals, and could have become the first African country to enter the semifinals.
Asamoah Gyan's shot hit the crossbar, which could have been the winner of the game, forcing the game into an additional penalty shootout, and the Black Stars lost.
Rajevac quit his job as a coach in Ghana two months after his World Cup feat and found a new job at Saudi club AlAhli. After
, he has coached the Qatar national team, the Slovenian club Rudar Velenje, and the Algeria and Thailand national teams.
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