The Ministry of Sports has reacted to reports that coach Milovan Rajevac has been appointed new manager of the senior national team, the Blackstars. Recent media reports suggest the Serbian who coached the Blackstars at the 2010 AFCONs in Angola is set for a comeback as the FA has approved and even pegged his salary at $45,000.
In a rejoinder, the ministry said even though it is aware the GFA has initiated processes to acquire the services of a new coach for the Blackstars, no approval has been given, let alone his salary pegged $45,000 per month as the reports suggest.
The Ministry has yet to receive reports from the Ghana Football Association which will inform which direction to go in the search for a new manager for the national team. The release has thus urged the Ghanaian public to disregard such reports, saying that when the processes are completed, the Ministry will communicate who the new coach is and his emoluments to the public.
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