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Milovan Rajevac resigns as Algerian national team manager

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The Algerian Football Federation announced that Milovan Rajevac has officially announced his resignation from his job as national team manager. The Algerians kicked off their World Cup qualification campaign with a 1-1 draw at home against Cameroon, which caused the Algerian media to question Rajevac’s efficacy in his job. The Algerian Football Federation released a statement claiming that Rajevac resigned ...

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Ex Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac gets Algeria job

Rajevac (left) with Algeria FA boss Mohammed Raouraoua (Image credit: Algeria FA)

The Algeria Football Federation have appointed former Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac as their new national coach. The 62-year-old is the long-term replacement for Christian Gourcuff who stood down from the position in April. Rajevac is best known in Africa for coaching Ghana’s national team, guiding them to within a penalty kick of the 2010 World Cup semi-finals in South Africa. ...

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Ex Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac gets Algeria job

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The Algeria Football Federation have appointed former Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac as their new national coach. The 62-year-old is the long-term replacement for Christian Gourcuff who stood down from the position in April. Rajevac is best known in Africa for coaching Ghana’s national team, guiding them to within a penalty kick of the 2010 World Cup semi-finals in South Africa. ...

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Nigerian Stephen Keshi on shortlist for Burkina Faso job

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Former Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi is in the running to become Burkina Faso’s coach after being named in a three-man shortlist for the post. The Burkina Faso Football Federation (FBF) is also considering ex-Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac and ex-Gabon and Niger coach Gernot Rohr. “German Rohr, Serbian Rajevac and Nigerian Keshi have been selected by the Commission,” read an FBF ...

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Fans express varied preferences for new Black Stars coach

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With the appointment of the new Black Stars set for October this year after the second chunk of AFCON  2015 qualifiers, fans have put out their key determinants that should guide the selection of the successor to Kwesi Appiah. According to reports in the Graphic Sports on Wednesday, 32 foreign coaches have brought in their applications for the vacant job ...

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AL-SMITH: Schuster, Kluivert, Grant and snubbing local coaches

Clockwise from top left: Grant, Serritslev, Kluivert, Rajevac. [Composite: Citi Sport]

– Bernd Schuster, Avram Grant and Patrick Kluivert have applied to coach the Black Stars. The three big European names are the marquee names among 32 to have applied to succeed the sacked Kwesi Appiah. According to Citi Sports sources, former coach of Real Madrid Bernd Schuster and Dutch football great Patrick Kluivert are in there, with the other name in ...

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“Kwesi Appiah did not deserve sack”- Ben Kuofie

Former GFA boss, Ben Kuofie

Former chairman of the Ghana Football Association, Ben Kuofie, has stated that the decision of the GFA to dispense with the services of Kwesi Appiah as Black Stars coach was not unwarranted in his opinion. The Ghana Football Association (GFA) announced on Friday that they had reached an agreement to mutually part ways with the coach following strong speculation in ...

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BREAKING: Rajevac to get two year deal, refused technical adviser job

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– Ghana is set to name Milovan Rajevac as the new coach of the Black Stars on a two year deal. He replaces the embattled Kwesi Appiah after Citi Sports indicated that the Serbian passed his interview on Thursday. A former boss to Appiah between 2009 and when he unceremoniously left the team after South Africa 2010, “Milo” Rajevac was ...

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Kwesi Appiah praises Black Stars’ character in Togo win

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Black Stars coach Kwesi Appiah has heaped praise on his players for their in picking up all three points against the Sparrow Hawks of Togo in their second game of the African Cup of Nations qualifiers. The Black Stars, who were dumped out of the World Cup in the group stages, have been under constant siege from supporters who have ...

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Rajevac warms up for Black Stars job

Coming back? Milovan Rajevac

Milovan Rajevac is back in town. The former Black Stars coach touched down in Accra on Monday in what he thought was a quiet entry, but he was caught by journalists. Citi Sports understands that the 60-year old could be making a sooner-than-expected return as Ghana’s new boss after sources say Kwesi Appiah’s tenure is all but done. Following a dismal World Cup, the ...

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