The Ghanaian football association has finally and successfully appointed a new head coach for the Black Stars of Ghana. Coach Milovan Rajevac who coached the Black Stars from 2008 to 2010 has once again been appointed as the manager and the boss of the Ghanaian men National team.
The current manager or coach of the Black Stars was contracted to handle the National football team in September 2021, after the former coach CK Akonnor was sacked earlier this month.
Milovan Rajevac became Ghana manager in August 2008, where He also did his best to help the Black Stars to qualify to the 2010 World Cup. In that prestigious tournament, the Black Stars almost reached the semi final as they narrowly lost to Uruguay in the quarter final through a penalty shootout.
His first spell with the club groomed good and talented superstars. And about 9 of these players are currently active and continuing their football career both home and abroad.
Below are the nine great players that were part of coach Milovan Rajevac's first coaching spell with the Black Stars.
Samuel Inkoom currently plays for Torpedo Kutaisi a Georgian club, Andre Ayew plays for Qatari club Al Sadd, John Boye also plays for Al Fayha in Saudi Arabia, Asamoah Gyan also plays for Legon Cities a club in Ghana.
Also we have Crystal Palace forward and striker Jordan Ayew , Jonathan Mensah plays for Columbus Crew, Kelvin Prince Boateng has gone back to Germany to play for Bertha BSC, Kwadwo Asamoah is still in Italy but plays for Cagliari and Goalkeeper Fatau Dauda now plays for Legon Cities in Ghana.
Below are all the 9 players. Let's hope all the 9 gets call ups.
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