The Black Stars coach says the thought of bringing back his former boss to advise him at Brazil 2014 has not been conceived, adding he doesn’t know the “sort of advice” he needs.
Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah has denied that he has plans of roping in Serbian Milovan Rajevac as a technical advisor for the Black Stars at the 2014 World Cup.
The ex-Black Stars coach has been in the news recently for discussing a return in an advisory capacity for the 2010 World Cup quarter-finalists.
However, Appiah has downplayed such reports, saying “the story is untrue.”
“I have never thought of bringing on board Milovan Rajevac as my advisor,” the Black Stars coach told Metro FM. “And if a decision of that nature would be taken, I first need to talk to the GFA for them to consider whether they can pay him or not and to the best of my knowledge nothing like that has happened.”
He added: “Right now I don’t know the sort of advice I need from him, so the story is untrue and those who brought it up know where they got it from, but not my end.”