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Milovan Rajevac confirmed as Black Stars Head coach in his second stint.

If our memories would serve us right, we could recount the nostalgic moment we as a country had during the 2010 FIFA World Cup, one of the historic event recorded when coach Milovan Rajevac, the Serbian tactician guided the Black Stars into the quarter finals in the competition.

It seems Milovan Rajevac has been confirmed by the Ghana Football Association as the new coach to replace the former coach Charles Kwabla Ackonnor haven displayed unimpressed performance by losing to the Bafana Bafana of South Africa in the ongoing Qatar 2022 world cup qualifies.

The 67 year old Serbian tactician won the heart of the three-man Executive Committee members of the FA after deeming him as the right and resourceful man to steer the affairs of the Black Stars team, the one who can inspire them to conquer Africa and rub shoulders with other nations in every single game

Milovan Rajevac landed in the country some hours ago and shall soon be unveiled within this week as the new Head Coach by the Sports Ministry under Honourable Mustapha Ussif.

The Black Stars of Ghana was exactly looking for a more tactically disciplined Coach with an excellent profile and who have had a first hand experience in coaching the Black Stars and also being conversant with the terrain.

Ghana plays Zimbabwe in the next World Cup qualifying series as the expectation is high to ensure the country qualities to the group stages of the competition in Qatar, where the interim Captain, Andre Dede Ayew already plies his trade in football with Al Sadd, the team coaches by former maestro of FC Barcelona midfielder Xavi Hernandez.

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