Ghana to pay Serbian Milovan Rajevac $100k signing on fee
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Ghana to pay Serbian Milovan Rajevac $100k signing on fee


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The report by Joy Sports states that the signing on fee is included in the contract agreed between the GFA and the Serbian ahead of his official announcement.

Ghanasoccernet.com reported Thursday, that Milovan arrived in Ghana Monday to start his second stint as Black Stars coach.

Rajevac with the support of GFA officials and Black Stars management committee members has started issuing out invitations to players for next month's World Cup qualifiers against Zimbabwe.


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