Milovan Rajevac returned to manage the Black Stars of Ghana after leaving the West Africans in 2010 after an impressive first spell in the country.
The Serbian is known to be someone who is not comprehensive with the English Language which is the national language of the West African country.
Due to that, he has always walked with his interpreter, Nenad Glisic, who helps him in understanding the language very well.
Meanwhile, Ghanaian football journalist, Collins Atta Poku has asserted that he saw Black Stars coach, Milovan Rajevac trading words with Ghana Football Association president Kurt Okraku after Ghana’s match opener against Morocco in the 2021 AFCON..
As indicated by the Wontumi Radio/TV writer, Milovan Rajevac gives the feeling that he isn’t knowledgeable in the English language however his inclusion of the tournament presented him to what he sees to be lie with respect to the Serbian coach.
Atta Poku guaranteed that as opposed to what most of Ghanaians have been made to accept, Milovan Rajevac is involving Nenad Glisic as his translator since he accepts he can’t communicate in English expressively.
ATTA POKU QUOTES…
“The GFA was not impressed with Milo and his changes, so after the Morocco game there were exchanges between Kurt Okraku and Milovan Rajevac,” Atta Poku said on Wontumi Radio/TV.
“Anybody who will say that Milo can’t communicate in English is a liar, he understands every English word you will say but is just a strategy. He is using an interpreter because he believes he is not eloquent in the language like his mother tongue,” he added.
In the mean time, the Black Stars have been drawn against the Super Eagles of Nigeria in the last round of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.