No English Language Problems For New Ghana Coach Stevanovic


    New Ghana coach Goran Stevanovic faces no problems communicating with his players as he speaks English and will need no interpreter.
    Unlike his predecessor and compatriot Milovan Rajevac who needed a translator which cost the Ghana FA a monthly salary of US$ 3,000, the 44-year-old is fluent in English.
    Stevanovic also speaks Portuguese, Spanish and Greek and that gives him advantage to communicate with the club coaches of his players.
    The former Partizan Belgrade coach is expected in the country on Sunday to finalize his contract to take-over the Fifa World Cup quarter-finalists.