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The return of Milovan Rajevac: A nostalgic or technical appointment?

The return of Milovan Rajevac: A nostalgic or technical appointment?

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In August 2008, Milovan Rajevac was announced as the new Black Stars head coach. A capacity he served in for two years; a period which saw Ghana produce some of the best football the African continent had ever seen.

Exploits in the summer of 2010 in South Africa till date, are one of the most talked about circumstances in world football. Indeed at the time, Ghanaians and the members of the Black Stars team felt invincible and confident of tearing down whichever mould of opposition that stood in their way.

Exactly 13 years later, the Serb has staged a return, at a time where the Black Stars has become nothing but a folklore of historical ferocity. The Black Stars recently struggled to beat Ethiopia, who are ranked 150th, and are now yearning to rediscover their romanticism with football once again.

The campaign for a local coach to run the Black Stars succeeded, but the output of those who eventually got to bear the fruits of the labour of campaigners, did little to sustain the calls. The Serb’s return has been greeted with a cocktail of emotions from Ghanaians. While some are pleased with the comeback, others have expressed displeasure – leveling accusations of emotions clouding good judgment.

Even if that be the case, why have the GFA looked for shelter in the abode of a man who abandoned the team in 2010? There is more to this return than the nostalgic argument.

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