Serbian Milovan Rajevac is excited to return as head coach of the Ghana senior national team, the Black Stars.
The Ghana Football Association announced the appointment of Milo, Friday afternoon ahead of the team’s 2022 World Cup qualifiers against Zimbabwe in October.
The 67-year-old Uefa License A holder will be assisted by Maxwell Konadu and Otto Addo of Borrussia Dortmund.
“I am happy to get the opportunity to work in Ghana again. I am ready for the challenge and I am happy to give my best.
“There was no desperation in me for the Ghana job. Ghana is my second home and the chance to work in Ghana was a good one,” Milo told reporters.
“If I did not believe in making the World Cup, I would not have accepted the job. I believe in the players. If they believe in me the way I believe in them, we will achieve bigger things.”
Milovan Rajevac was in charge of the Black Stars between 2008 and 2010 during which he managed the team to their best ever result at the Fifa World Cup, a quarterfinal finish at South Africa edition.
He also led the national team to the final of the 2010 Africa Cup of Nations, losing to Egypt 1-0.