Ghana Football Association (GFA) has unveiled Milovan Rajevac as the new coach of the senior national team, Black Stars.
His contract is for a year.
The tenure “automatically” extends to the end of February 2023 if he is able to qualify the team to the World Cup.
Rajevac will be paid $30,000 as salary.
He will be assisted by Ghanaian coaches Maxwell Konadu and Otto Addo.
The Executive Council of the GFA formed a three-member committee made up of Vice-president Mark Addo, Upper East Regional Football Association Chairman Salifu Zida, and Dr Randy Abbey, to find a Head Coach and Assistant Coaches for the Black Stars following the exit of Coach C.K Akonnor.
Akonnor was sacked after Ghana lost 0-1 to South Africa in a World Cup qualifying match and beat Ethiopia 1-0 in an unconvincing home match.
About Milovan Rajaevac
He became Ghana manager in August 2008 where he continued the Black Stars’ qualification to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
In the tournament, Ghana almost reached the semi-final.
They narrowly lost to Uruguay in the quarter-final via penalties.
Rajevac quit Ghana after the World Cup on 8 September 2010 and took up a position with Saudi Arabian team Al-Ahli a day later.
On 15 June 2016, he was officially appointed as manager of Rudar Velenje in Slovenia.
However, on 26 June 2016, he was appointed as manager of the Algerian national team.
He resigned from the position in October 2016 after two matches.
Rajevac has coached a number of clubs.
He was adjudged Serbian Coach of the Year in 2010 and African Coach of the year in the same year.