Coach Milovan Rajevac Delighted to be Returning to Ghana

Ex agent of Milovan Rajevac – Goran Milovanovic – says the Serbian coach is delighted with the prospect of working once more again with Ghana.
The 60-year-old appears certain to be named the new technical adviser for the Black Stars having made the final two-man shortlist.
Rajevac is up against Dane Flemming Serritslev for the new job being created by the Ghana FA.
The Serbian tactician however appear to have an edge over his rival due to his impressive work in his initial capacity as head coach of the Black Stars between 2008 and 2010.
Rajevac will however prove a very costly preposition especially having tasted ‘real’ money fater deciding to go coach in the oil rich gulf region after the 2010 World Cup.
But his former agent Milovanovic, who fell out with the coach over his refusal to extend his contract with the Black Stars 2010, says the former Qatar coach is head over hills with the chance to return to work in Ghana due to the strong bond he has with the West African country.
“Ghanaians know that Milo was very successful in the past and he has a very good feeling regarding Ghanaians, regarding the Black Stars, regarding the GFA,” he told Metro FM.
“He is very happy to have a chance to come back. He feels Ghanaians love and accept him.
“He has chances to work for other nations but Ghana is always special for him.” Ghana is yet to formally name the coach to be the technical adviser for the Black Stars.