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Milovan Rajevac signs 2-year coaching deal with the GFA

Close sources within the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has disclosed that Coach Milovan Rajevac is going to replace the recently sacked Coach C. K. Akunnor. Mr. Rajevac is going to be the Ghana Black Stars new coach. 

After days of internal and externally searching for the next manager for the senior national team by a three member committee, the committee is rumored to have gone for the former Black Stars manager to take over from where Coach CK Akunnor ended.

From deep throats, it has been revealed that the Serbian manager has signed a 2 year contract with the GFA and he would be receiving an amount of $45,000 a month from his new appointment.

The 67-year-old Serbian was the Coach for the Black Stars in 2010 when the Ghana side qualified for the quarter finals of the World Cup.

He will be given an official residence, and everything that is expected to be done for his stay in the country as well as attend to the team has been catered for.

His new appointment has been met with torn emotions. A section of Ghanaians sem happy he is back. Others are of the view that tree nation does not currently need him. Adding that, he is old, and there should be a new face for the job since it is his second time coming back to the Stars.

Others are of the view that due to his records, he is the best man for the job.

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