New Ghana manager, Milovan Rajevac today bid farewell to FK Borac as he led them to a 1-0 victory over Lokomotiv Sofia in the Uefa Cup competition before taking charge of Ghana.
The first leg fixture of Uefa Cup second qualifying round match at Borac’s home ground, the Smederevo Stadium, was the coaches last for the Serbian side, a club he has long been associated with as he now turns to pick up an appointment with Ghana.
A first half goal was enough to give Borac an advantage going into the second leg in a fortnight’s time in Bulgaria with the hope of reaching the first round stage.
The Ghana Football Association on Tuesday named Milovan Rajevac as the new coach for the senior national team, the Black Stars.
The 54 year-old Serbian has been handed a two-year term that will run until the 2010 World Cup.
Milovan Rajevac would be officially unveiled by the Ghana Football Association on Monday with his first official game for Ghana coming two days afterwards in an international friendly against Tanzania in Arusha on August 20.