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Breaking News: Ex Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac appointed Algeria coach

Published on: 26 June 2016
Breaking News: Ex Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac appointed Algeria coach
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Ex-Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac has been named as coach of the Algerian National team ahead of the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon next year.

The Algerian Football Federation are yet to officially announce the signing of the Serbian trainer but footballghana.com can reveal Milo has arrived in Algeria.

Rajevac is best remembered for his impressive work while coaching the Black Stars between 2008-2010.

He guided Ghana to the finals of the 2010 Nations Cup before almost leading the side to a semi final finish at the World Cup months later.

Subsequent stints with Saudi Arabian club Al-Ahli and with the Qatar national team proved unsuccessful for the Serbia who is currently unemployed.

Rajevac was linked with a return to the Black Stars team after being approached by coach Kwesi Appiah to consider the possibility of taking up an advisory role within his backroom technical staff for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

The Algerian Football Federation are yet to officially announce the signing of the Serbian trainer but footballghana.com can reveal Milo has arrived in Algeria.

Rajevac is best remembered for his impressive work while coaching the Black Stars between 2008-2010.

He guided Ghana to the finals of the 2010 Nations Cup before almost leading the side to a semi final finish at the World Cup months later.

Subsequent stints with Saudi Arabian club Al-Ahli and with the Qatar national team proved unsuccessful for the Serbia who is currently unemployed.

Rajevac was linked with a return to the Black Stars team after being approached by coach Kwesi Appiah to consider the possibility of taking up an advisory role within his backroom technical staff for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

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