Ghana Football Association President Kurt Okraku is convinced new Black Stars coach Milovan Rajevac has what it takes to succeed following his reappointment.
Rajevac has been handed the job again on a one-year deal, replacing Charles Akonnor whose tenure was truncated after 20 months.
He is not new to the top job of Ghana football having sat on the Black Stars bench from August 2008 to September 2010.
In the two years, Rajevac endeared himself to Ghanaians by taking the senior national to the 2010 Africa Cup of Nations final and the quarter-final of the FIFA World Cup months later in South Africa.
Okraku's touted Rajevac's experience as one of the Serbian’s key attributes and asked Ghanaians to support him.
“Milovan has the experience and we believe with the support from Ghanaians, he and the technical team would deliver,” Okraku said at Rajevac’s unveiling on Friday.
“In his first stint with the Black Stars, he had control of the dressing room. He managed the likes of Sulley Muntari, Kevin Boateng, Michael Essien, Richard Kingston and we had no problem. He is the man for the job.”