Milovan Rajevac set to be named Black Stars head coach
Serbian trainer Milovan Rajevac is set to be appointed head coach of Ghana’s senior male national team, the Black Stars.
The GFA set up a 3 man committee with the sole aim of finding a replacement for coach C.K Akonnor who was sacked days after the team’s World Cup qualifier against South Africa.
Report says the three (3) man committee made up of Vice President Mark Addo, Upper East Regional Football Association Chairman, Alhaji Salifu Zida, and Dr. Randy Abbey have now settled on Rajevac following a meeting between officials of the Ghana Football Association and government over the weekend.
He is expected to sign a two-year contract which is alleged to be worth 45,000 USD per month.
Dortmund assistant coach Otto Addo and Head of the Right to Dream Academy in Ghana Mas ud Dramani have been penned down as his assistants with Aston Villa U – 23 head coach George Boateng also being named as a scout for the team.
They will all reportedly keep their current jobs while serving the Black Stars.
It will be Rajevac’s second stint as Black Stars head coach having led Ghana to the 2010 Afcon Final and also the quarter-finals of the 2010 World Cup.