With Kofi O. Aduonum
The unceremonious exit of Black Stars Serbian trainer, Milovan Rajevac, after guiding Ghana to a historic world cup quarter final in South Africa, left the team in an orphan state.
This led to the formation of an eight-man search committee that embarked on a Milo replacement mission. After many applications for the vacant position from far and near, three coaches in the persons of Goran Stevanovic, Humberto Coelho and Herbert Addo were settled on.
One of the choicest candidates, former France captain Marseille Desailly pulled out at the eleventh hour, citing personal reasons.
The trio were interviewed some few days ago, and indications are that another Serbian, Goran Stevanovic is likely to step into the star’s coaching job, as the FA announces Milo’s successor today.
Should the mantle fall on Stevanovic, he will be the third successive Serbian trainer after Ratomir Dujkovic and Milovan Rajevac.
Sources close to the FA suggest that the prospective manager has agreed to a not more than $40,000 purse per month for his wage. The announcement of the new Stars coach is to help the team put its house in order, ahead of its Nations Cup qualifier against Congo in March.