Rajevac confirms he will sign new deal

Published on: 13 August 2010

Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac has confirmed for the first time that he will sign a new deal to lead the Black Stars for the next four years.

Ghanasoccernet revealed exclusively two weeks ago that the Serbian had agreed to the new four -year deal despite several offers from clubs and countries.

Rajevac will sort out a few sticking points regarding the terms of the contract by next week.

The Serbian expects to sign a contract extension in the coming weeks, telling reporters he has negotiated a new deal with the World Cup quarter-finalists.

The future of the 56-year-old Serb had been unclear but Rajevac said he would be staying with the Black Stars.

"It is sure I will be signing a new contract soon," said Rajevac, whose initial two-year contract expired this week.

His next task will be to oversee Ghana's qualifying campaign for the 2012 African Nations Cup.

Comments

  • yaw2
    says: 9 years ago
    This is stinky deal.Retaining the serbian trainer for four years does not reflect the views of mojority of Ghanains.The only people who will benefit is Kwesi Nyantatyi and his corrupt GFA administration.Kwesi Nyantakyi you will be vote out in the next election.
  • koobro
    says: 9 years ago
    As in football jargon, never change a winning team.
  • Con Bacchus
    says: 9 years ago
    Well, I might not be a fan of the coach, but I think for ones continuity will be key to our future successes in football. So way to go GFA, just seal the deal!!
  • ben
    says: 9 years ago
    a nice deal,GFA go ahead
  • Ace
    says: 9 years ago
    milo fa wo'nkwasiasem firi y3n so wati