Serbian Coach Milovan Rajevac could make a return to take over the Black Stars as the Ghana FA hunts for a new coach.
Charles Kwabla Akonnor and his two deputies were sacked on Monday.
Ghanasoccernet.com exclusively revealed four days ago that Akonnor will be sacked after the South Africa game which now happens to be his last job his team failed to hit even ONE SHOT on target.
The former Black Stars captain was sacked following his team’s poor showing in the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Ethiopia and South Africa.
A three member committee led by Ghana FA Vice President Mark Addo has been set up to select a new head coach in the next 72 hours.
Coach Milovan Rajevac name has popped up in the list of coaches to take over the Black Stars job.
The Serbian coach qualified the Black Stars to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
The Black Stars exited the tournament in the quarter final stage under Milo before he resigned from the job to coach Saudi side Al Ahly Jeddah.
The Serbian coach rejected a four year contract from the Ghana FA to go sign for the Al Ahly Jeddah.
Milovan is currently unattached and is among the favorites to be considered for the job.
Ibrahim Tanko, who worked as assistant to Kwesi Appiah between 2017 to 2019 has been earmarked as the man to replace his former teammate.
Meanwhile, Dortmund assistant coach and former Ghana winger, Otto Addo is also in the running for the job.
Other names popping up ex-coach Kwesi Appiah and former physical trainer Herve Renard.