The main point of the debate and deliberations surrounded the employment of a gaffer who is a Ghanaian and if he is not, how are we going to employ someone who is up to the task and will accept remuneration that is “substandard”.
Fortunately, among the coaches penned down was Milovan. It was only left with the bargain.
It was later announced by the GFA that they have agreed terms with the coach.
Again, the coach will see to it that he takes care of his interpreter of which will be his sole duty.
If Milovan is able to perform to the expectations of Ghanaians, then the GFA has done a great bargain which needs to be applauded.
Employing white coaches to deliver to your expectations takes a lot of money which the government was not ready to provide.
We have secured someone within our means and it seems he is here to deliver.
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