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Ghana FA resurrects a ‘dead Coach’ heading for burial to complete the crucifixion of a Dying Black Stars

Ghana FA resurrects a ‘dead Coach’ heading for burial to complete the crucifixion of a Dying Black Stars
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Black Stars and Cheap Labour coaches.

It is obvious Coach Milovan Rajevac was Appointed by the Government of Ghana, and the Ghana Football Association because he was the ‘Cheapest’ on the Coaching Market.

Of all the top 10 teams at the AFCON, Milovan Rajevac is the least Paid, simply because he had been jobless for over 19 months and Anything seems good as it offers a perfect Retirement package.

How would any enterprising coach return to a job he left many years ago, and be paid less than what he earned over 10 years ago, in common terms, his value has depreciated, and so is his qualities.

If Ghana had the resources, it obvious Mr. Rajevac wouldn’t have made the cut, but because the whole country has fallen in love with materials of Cheap and inferior Quality, we opted for a semi Retired Touch coach who has moved from bad to worse on the Job since his last good Job in Ghana.

Was Milovan Rajevac brought back to Ghana because he had personally improved on his qualities, and doing amazingly well overseas? Certainly no.

If you pay for cheap goods, you get cheap results, and that is what we deserve for paying lip service to the Passion and pulse of the Nation.

The Ghana FA President in appointing Mr. Milivan Rajevac simply expected the Black Stars to be rewinding 10 years backward, and that is exactly what Milo is serving the team, Milovan Rajevac who scores early, and keeps on to get results, is not struggling to win games against Lowly ranked teams like Gabon

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