The Ghana Football Association after sacking Ghana Black Stars coach CK, who took over the job from Kwesi Appiah decided to give themselves 72 hours to find a replacement but no result has been achieved. Within a few hours after CK was fired, tons of applications came in for the position as Black Stars coach.
Some top names that emerged were Herve Renard, Milovan Rajevac and George Boateng. Herve Renard was one of the favourites to take over the position, looking at his performance with teams over the past years. This was hindered by his contract with the Saudi Arabian side, as Ghana would have to buy him out of his contract and pay above $100,000 as salary every month, an amount that could not be afforded by the GFA.
This situation left Milovan Rajevac in the top spot, as he has some experience coaching the Black Stars. Some people argued about the fact that Milovan had achieved nothing concrete after leaving Ghana in the last decade and so should not be brought back to coach the Black Stars.
The GFA is still searching for a coach to take over the position and there are a few other coaches available for the job. The only question that remains is, would Milovan Rajevac be back or Herve Renard will be bought out of his contract as these are the two favourites for the position. George Boateng could also pull up a surprise as some people are supporting to take over the vacant position and the same story could be said for Ghanaian born Addo, an assistant coach at Dortmund.
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