GFA to name Milo’s successor in two weeks


    Vice President of the Ghana Football Association, Fred Pappoe has revealed that the committee set up to search for a coach for the Black Stars, will name a new coach in two weeks.
    According to Mr. Pappoe the search committee should have named a coach before the New Year and told Asempa FM’s afternoon sports show – ‘fire for fire’ – that the search committee has completed an exhaustive exercise to get the best replacement for Milovan Rajevac.
    He denied reports none of the three coaches shortlisted for the job qualified for the job, saying the three coaches all impressed at the interview and as such have given the committee a difficult choice to make.
    Over 100 coaches applied for the job initially.
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