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24.02.2009 Football News

Milo:"I want improvement"

Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac believes his side can shake-off their pedestrian performance that saw them draw 2-2 with Zimbabwe on Monday at the African Nations Championship in Ivory Coast.

The Serbian was furious on touch lines after watching his side rally from two goals down to earn the draw.

Rajevac remains optimistic his side can change gear in a must win encounter against the Greens of Libya on Thursday.

Although he complained of his side's nondescript performance, he believes the team's spirited comeback can guarantee progress in the competition.

"This is a good result for my team. Their character was encouraging as they came behind from two goals," Rajevac said in a post-match interview.

"But I was not impressed with my team's performance. They players know what is ahead I expect more in our next game."

Ghana are second in Group B two points behind leaders DR Congo which beat Libya 2-0 on Monday night.

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