It is almost 72 hours since the dismissal of coach CK Akonnor and his two deputies from the Black Stars. According to the press release by the Ghana Football Association, a new coach is going to be announced after a 72 hour window.
The role as the black stars coach has been taunted as a hot one on the market and it has been alleged that almost 50 foreign coaches have applied for the role with some having experiences in coaching the youth teams of Dortmund and Manchester City.
According to our sources, former coach Milovan Rajevac is leading the race to become the next coach of the black stars. Having already held the role from 2008 to 2010, the coach is expected to bring back the joy that was instilled in the team during those years. It was under his reign that Ghana was able to reach the quarter finals of the 2010 world cup.
Since his exit in 2010, he has managed Al-Ahli, Qatar, Algeria and Thailand.
Rajevac has earned the praise from multiple sports pundit in the country and it is expected that his appointment be made official in the next hours.
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