Milovan Rajevac has showcased nothing but gross disrespect for his current team after his comment prior to his encounter against Comoros.
Milovan who reiterated that the team he inherited is not the same as the team he had in 2010 and does not have the likes of Asamoah Gyan meant none of the players ‘he’ selected met the criteria to be in the national team.
After a woeful performance with the team he selected for the AFCON tournament in Cameroon, Milovan has remained positive he will be in charge of the Ghana Black Stars ahead of the World Cup Play-offs.
With many Ghanaians calling for his immediate sake from the team, Milovan in a post match conference after losing to a newbie in the AFCON Comoros stated,
“I will stay and lead Ghana in the World Cup qualifiers in March. I believe we have a team that can become stronger and get to the world cup.”
His comment has angered many supporters and taxpayers whose sweat Milovan is wasting without results.
Many quizzed whether the Ghanaian head coach is sure he is even a coach as he displayed nothing out of the extraordinary.
In a interview with Mr. Benson Adanyah, a fashion designer and a stunch supporter of the Black Stars, he added,
“Is Milovan going to build another team or he is going to bring Asamoah Gyan and the team he had in 2010 to qualify Ghana to the world cup?. It is only amazing to hear a coach being paid usd35,000 a month doing nothing and still making unfortunate comments. He needs to be shown the exit and made to understand he doesn’t choose his team and blame someone for their performance.”
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