The Qatar football Association (QFA) has de! nied any move to secure the services of the Head Coach of the Black Stars, Ratomir Dujkovic.
Earlier reports had indicated that Coach Ratomir Dujkovic was set for a move to Qatar to take over as Manager of the country's national team but CITI FM's investigations has revealed that no approach has been made by the Association to contract the Serbian.
The QFA stated that it has had no official talks with the Serbian, insisting that the Association has no intention of engaging the services of the former Rwandan Manager to Head their national team.
Meanwhile, the GFA has stated that they intend to keep the Coach till the World Cup finals in June. The Association says reports that it is set to deliver the matching orders to Coach Doya are false and cannot be substantiated; stressing that it will be difficult to relief him of his duties with less than three months to go for the World Cup finals.
In a related development, Corrine Goodall, agent of Dutch football legend Ruud Gullit, says the GFA has made no formal approach to the former Chelsea boss to take over as Manager of the Bla! ck Stars. Goodall however did not deny any communication with the GFA.