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Nov
09

Open Letter to Milovan Rajevac – Are we asking too much of you?

Milovan Rajevac

Milovan Rajevac

Dear Milovan, I hope this letter finds you well. Let me be the next person to congratulate you for qualifying the Black Stars to Angola 2010 and South Africa 2010 in record time without conceding a single goal. Let me also give you a pat on the back for guiding what appeared to be a rather talentless Local Black Stars to the finals of CHAN.

You have obviously done your bit for Ghanaian football. In spite of these concrete achievements, I am not pleased with your handling of the Black Stars. Our elders say that ‘the man who weeds the field does not get to see if the path he leaves behind him is crooked’. It is for this reason that I write you this letter to tell you that things are not shaping-up properly for the Mighty Black Stars.

Mr. Rajevac, it saddens my heart when I think of what the Black Stars is turning into under your management. Perhaps, Mr. Rajevac, it has not occurred to you that Ghana is on a downward spiral. Since you took over, Ghana has not had a single confident game. We have been scrappy to say the least. Luck has been our bonafide ally! Of course, it is better to play badly and win. But when your team plays badly and cannot win, we ought to ask you questions. Continue reading ‘Open Letter to Milovan Rajevac – Are we asking too much of you?’

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04
Nov
09

Black Stars – The dawn of a new era?

Black Stars

Black Stars

Three refreshing and somewhat related news items have triggered a chain of wishful thoughts in my mind these past few days. First, Stephen Appiah has finally signed for Bologna after several months without club action. He can finally

Dominic Adiyiah gets the recognition for the foundations of hard work he laid from his Feteh Feyenoord Academy background through his limelight moments at Heart of Lions to his glorious performances for Ghana’s U-20 at Egypt 2009. He gets the chance to grow younger at A.C. Milan – where the stars never grow old.

Then, the icing on the cake! Milovan Rajevac has gone shopping in Sellas Tetteh’s store of stars – six U-20 players have been invited to play against Mali at Babayara Stadium on the 15th of November. whethere we like it or not, the years pass by, times change and a new era begins. we may be witnessing the dawn of a new era! A watershed moment!
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