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Date: 16 December 2018

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Goran Stevanovic is new Ghana coach!

[Posted 06 Jan 2011]
[By Brighton Mupangavanhu]
Goran Stevanovic is the new Ghana coach

The eight-men selection committee which was put in place by the Ghana Football Association to choose the country's next coach after the resignation of Milovan Rajevac last year has concluded its task. Yet another Serbian coach takes over the reigns in Ghana.

Goran Stevanovic, BeezSports.com has learnt, will be unvelied soon as the new coach of the Black Stars of Ghana.

The process to choose a new coach for Ghana dragged for far too long and the patience of a hot favourite for the post Marcel Desailly ran thin and he decided to quit the process for that reason.

The only candidates interviewed by the GFA were Stevanovic, Humberto Cuelho and Herbert Addo.

As protocol demands in Ghana, the identity of the new coach was revealed to the Ministry of Youth and Sports in the country only yesterday before official announcement is made to other stakeholders and the public.

For the past 5 years, Ghana's Black Stars have been coached by a Serbian coach.

The first Serbian to arrive on the shows of Ghana was Ratomir Dujkovic, who did a good job with the team leading to Germany 2006. Though the team never qualified for the quarterfinals, Ghana did fairly well at the 2006 World Cup finals.

Milovan Rajevac followed his compatriot and guided the Black Stars to runners-up medals at the African Nations Cup finals in Angola last year, before the Black Stars held the world spell-bound with some breath-taking performances and a quarter-final berth at South Africa 2010.

The Serbian revolution is set to continue in Ghana, and the national team coach selectors considered the virtues of continuity in terms of style of play above anything else.

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