GHANA TURNS TO SERBIA

Ghana once again turned to Serbian football to get coaches for them. Rajevac quit in September when his two-year contract finished, having taken the African team to the quarterfinals of the World Cup for the first time in South Africa last year.

The 44-year-old Stevanovic, previously head coach of Partizan Belgrade in his native country and assistant with Serbia and Montenegro from 2003-06, will be unveiled at a press conference on Wednesday.


Ghana once again turned to Serbian football to get coaches for them. Rajevac quit in September when his two-year contract finished, having taken the African team to the quarterfinals of the World Cup for the first time in South Africa last year.

The 44-year-old Stevanovic, previously head coach of Partizan Belgrade in his native country and assistant with Serbia and Montenegro from 2003-06, will be unveiled at a press conference on Wednesday.

“The Ghana Football Association have appointed a new coach for the Black Stars. He is Goran Stevanovic,” the GFA said in a statement. “We have successfully negotiated with the coach and he will replace his compatriot, Milovan Rajevac.”

Ghana’s next match is against Gareth Barry and Wayne Bridge‘s England team.

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