Dan Kwaku Yeboah, a well-known sports commentator, has raised several charges against the choice of Milovan Rajevac as the Black Stars’ head coach.
Milovan Rajevac’s comeback, according to Dan Kwaku Yeboah, was orchestrated by a powerful member of the Ghana Football Association.
He said that before the three-member committee started looking for a replacement for CK Akonnor, someone in the FA phoned Milovan Rajevac and promised him the position.
According to Despite Media’s head of sports, the aforementioned FA official was cautioned by Milovac Rajevac’s local agency about why the Serbian trainer should not be rehired.
“A Ghanaian agent brought Milo to the Black Stars for his first tenure, so he used to lure the media to scream Milo’s praises.” This time, he was brought in by a member of the FA. Milo was phoned by that individual to assure him that he was the one who was taking him (Milo) to Ghana.
“He also phoned Milo’s local agent for advice, and the agency explained why appointing Milo would be a mistake. The FA official was apparently recording the exchange and sending it to Milo.
“We know a coach’s call-ups aren’t set in stone,” he stated on Kokrokoo on Wednesday, January 19, 2021. “But when Milo revealed his team and the press questioned him, he claimed he is answerable to no one and no one said anything,” he said.
Kwaku Yeboah was expressing his dissatisfaction at Ghana’s early withdrawal from the Africa Cup of Nations in 2021.
Ghana finished the tournament without a victory, drawing one and losing two of their three group stage matches.
The Black Stars finished last in Group C after losing to Morocco and Comoros and drawing with Gabon.