ABEDI PELE TIPS MILOVAN FOR 2010 Football legend, Abedi Ayew Pele, has backed Black Stars coach Milovan Rajevac to qualify Ghana to a second successive world cup appearance in South Africa 2010.
Pele believes the Serbian trainer has the credentials and ability to steer the Black Stars campaign a bittersweat two-months stay in the country.
The 54-year-old has lost twice in three official matches after being installed as coach on 8 August, once in the joint Nations Cup/World Cup qualifier.
" I have heard a whole lot of criticism over the coach that he doesn't English but my strong believe you can just see Capello doesn't speak English and he has started taking some lessons," Pele told Ghanasoccernet.com
"But my feelings is that I have always had coaches who doesn't speak the language that we the players do speak and it goes on and goes on very well.
"I think the most important is what he's able to put into the players to be able to play and play very well on the ground.
"Let's just give him the chance and the time to able to show what to be able to show what he can show to us.
"And I believe that any coach coming from that Eastern block is a good one because they got the mentality, the strength, the aggressiveness to be able to give their players to bring out results.''
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