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18.11.2008 Football News

Rajevac seeks Tunisia revenge

					Rajevac seeks Tunisia revenge

MILOVAN WANTS IMPROVEMENT IN PLAY Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac has told his players to avenge defeat in Wednesday's international friendly against Tunisia on home soil.


The Black Stars lost 0-2 to the Carthage Eagles in Tunis in the build-up to the 2006 Nations Cup in Egypt.

The Serbian wants his team to keep up the tempo and sharpen their arsenals ahead of next year's final phase 2010 joint qualifiers.

He took charge of his first training session on Monday with 18 players in camp and he is expected to have a full compliment with the arrivals of Eric Addo and Haminu Draman

Rajevac will be chasing his second win in four matches in the tie and have to do that with an injury-hit team.

Defender John Mensah, Sulley Muntari, Michael Essien and Asamoah Gyan are all on the road to full recovery.

" I want them to run a lot and expect a good result because he lost in Tunisia in 2006 2-0 and I expect the players to do well," Rajevac told

" Every player has come excepts injury players and this is the time to build a team ahead of the next qualifiers.

" The atmosphere in the team is excellent and that can help us win."


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