Soccer News of Friday, 7 March 2014
Kwesi Nyantakyi, President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) dreams of coach Milovan Rajevac's role in Ghana’s campaign at the World Cup in Brazil.
He told GNA Sports; “I wish we could use him as one of our scouts for the World Cup, but this must be subjected to a thorough discussion before we could take any decision.
“It is not something that has been discussed, it just came to mind in this interview, but I think we can discuss and explore the possibilities of getting him to assist us during the world.”
Rajevac, one of the few successful expatriates to have coached Ghana was seen at the training grounds of the Black Stars before the international friendly against Montenegro on Wednesday.
Nyantakyi said the Serb had been an admirer and a friend of Ghana since leaving, and follows the exploits of the coach of the Black Stars.
“We shall discuss the possibility of adding him to our scouts, because he could be of great help to the team.
“I do not really care about where help is coming from provided it will make the team better and give us the results.”
Touching on scouting for the Black Stars, Nyantakyi said, there were already scouts working for the team on the quiet.
“They are doing a very good job, but I cannot disclose their identity because scouting is like espionage and must not be done in the open".
Rejevac took the Stars to the quarterfinals of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.