Two wins in two matches is just a perfect start to Milovan's second stint with the Black Stars, and somewhat enough to silence critics who opposed his appointment when the GFA identified him as CK Akunnor's replacement. The likes of John Paintsil, Yaw Annafi Agyeman Okoforobour and several others didn't subscribe to the idea of the GFA reappointing the Serbian tactician.
The Black Stars is once again brimming in confidence in light of the strong performance last week Saturday, against the Warriors of Zimbabwe in the World Cup qualifiers. Many had ruled the Black Stars out of qualifying to the world Cup considering their shambolic start in the qualifiers.
Black Stars line-up to face Zimbabwe out. Milovan Rejevac benches Andre Ayew. Good call or Bad call?
The Black Stars face the Warriors of Zimbabwe in less than an hour and the team's line up has already sparked some debates on social media after the exclusion of blackstars captain, Andre Ayew in the starting line-up. Milovan Rejevac surprised everyone during their Black Stars game last Saturday, where he deployed Andre Ayew as a midfielder before switching to the wings in the tail end of the game.
Black stars have marked their first win under their new coach, Milovan Rejevac in the 2022 world Cup qualifiers, after defeating warriors of Zimbabwe today. The blackstars made a positive impression in the early minutes of the game culminating to their first, scored by Mohammad Kudus.
The biggest height the blackstars ever got in football history was the quarter finals of the word Cup, which was achieved 11 years ago in South Africa. With the likes of Netherlands, Spain, Germany, Brazil, Portugal and France in the competition, countries like Ghana were considered minnows and were virtually not mentioned when the discussions about the favourite teams to win the competition popped up.