Since CK Akonnor’s unsurprising sacking earlier in September, the Ghana Football Association has searched for a successor and have finally made a choice.
In recent days, Milovan Rajevac has been the name on the lips on many Ghanaians with his second coming confirmed. The nation is set to cough up a reported $30,000 monthly for his services.
The Serbian bowed out after the nation’s historical feat in the 2010 FIFA World Cup and some can argue that it has been downhill from there with huge sums spent on coaches.
Joy Sports financial journalist Bill Eshun takes a deeper look at the finances involved with Black Stars coaches after Rajevac.
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