Ghana sack coach Milovan Rajevac after Black Stars awful AFCON campaign - Ghana Sports Page"/>
Head Coach for Ghana’s senior national team the Black Stars, Otto Addo has heaped praises on former head coach, Milovan Rajevac.
Milovan Rajevac was the first coach to take Ghana to the quarter finals of the World Cup tournament. For the first time an African country had the chance to make it to the semi-finals of the World cup tournament but failed to do so due to a last minute penalty miss by Asamoah Gyan.
Milovan was also in Charge of Ghana’s disastrous performance at the 2022 AFCON tournament. He was subsequently sacked after the tournament.
Coach Otto Addo was the assistant manager under Milovan Rajevac at the AFCON tournament. The Coach has opened up on his relationship with Milovan. He said “I had mixed feelings because I’d already worked alongside coach Milovan Rajevac. I think he did a good job. I was happy to work with him and we got on well. It was a shame to miss out on the Africa Cup of Nations”.
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