Ghana Courts Milo
AFTER SUCCESSFULLY guiding the Black Stars to their first ever quarterfinal berth at the FIFA World Cup, Ghana Football Association wants to extend the stay of Coach Milovan Rajevac.
Reports reaching DAILY GUIDE SPORTS indicate Ghana have begun fervent talks with the Serbian for a fresh deal which would see him prolong his stay as the Black Stars trainer.
Milovan Rajevac's contract with Ghana is billed to end in August this year, DAILY GUIDE SPORTS gathered.
The current Ghana Football Association (GFA) led by Kwesi Nyantakyi is pleased with the Serbian's performance so far and therefore doesn't want him to leave when his contract expires in August.
Talks between the two parties is said to have begun in South Africa but it is in its early days for a deal to be sealed.
Coach Rajevac, during his stay as Ghana coach, helped the Black Stars to qualify for the ongoing World Cup with cheeky ease, even with two matches to spare.
At the World Cup proper, which is ongoing, he has also guided the Black Stars to equal Cameroon and Senegal's record by becoming the third African country to reach the last eight of the Mundial.
Earlier this year, Coach Rajevac, against all odds, guided a virtually youthful Black Stars team to win silver behind mighty Egypt at the Angola Africa Cup of Nations tournament.
From I.F. Joe Awuah Jnr., Kumasi