Soccer News of Tuesday, 5 January 2016
Acting coach of Serbian side FK Jagodina has hailed Ghana for the abundance of football talents insisting Asamoah Gyan and Michael Essien are living examples.
Ghana has had a very good relationship with Serbian coaches with two of them playing key roles in the West African country’s performance at the World Cup in 2006 and 2010.
It was Coach Ratomir Dujkovic who led Ghana to her first World Cup appearance in 2006 in Germany and four years later in South Africa, another Serbian tactician Milovan Rajevac guided Ghana to the quarter-finals.
And upon hearing the name of a lot of Ghanaian players playing for top clubs in Europe, trainer of Jagodina has stated that Ghana can boast of plenty football talents.
“Ghana did very well at the World Cup in 2010 because the country can boast of a lot of football talents like Michael Essien, Asamoah Gyan and some players playing in Europe. I can say that Ghana has a lot of good players,” he opined.
“The major thing left is how to put them together and get them to do well on the world stage,’ he added.
Vladica Milanovic led FK Jagodina in the absence of head coach to play the dethroned Ghana league champions in the 80th Anniversary Cup match at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium.