New Ghana black star coach set for $30 000 monthly wage

Rajevac is now back in Ghana and will take over with the ideal objective of capability for the following year’s World Cup finals in Qatar from a gathering including Bafana, Ethiopia and Zimbabwe who have likewise made training changes lately.

In getting back to take The Black Stars work, the Serbian will acquire USD30 000 consistently according to reports from Ghana.

The two-year bargain for Rajevac is execution based.

His arrangement has been endorsed by the Sports Ministry following meets with the Ghana FA.

Rajevac’s archetype Charles Kwablah Akonnor procured USD25 000 (roughly R370 000) in a similar occupation for which Avram Grant was paid twofold when he was in control between 2015-17.

Profit of nearby mentors are constantly overshadowed by those of exile gaffers on the mainland which has consistently made discussion and strain over issues identified with deference and appreciation.

The veteran Serbian will be furnished with additional advantages in his bundle and his quick assignment will be two games against The Warriors one month from now.

The 67-year-old was the mentor during Ghana’s well known World Cup run at the 2010 World Cup where they arrived at the last eight.

Bafana mentor Hugo Broos is among the better workers on the mainland alongside Carlos Queiroz of Egypt who sits on the first spot on the list.

Rajevac is miles in front of what Croatian mentor Zdravko Logarusic was procuring as Zimbabwe mentor where he was on USD7800 (roughly R115 000) each month.

Nonetheless, following his terminating Rajevac is leaving with over USD200 000 (roughly R3 million) notwithstanding winning simply a solitary game in 1

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