The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has charged the newly appointed Black Star coach, Milovan Rajevac to qualify the African Cup of Nations (AFCON) to be hosted in Cameroon and World Cup to get an increment in salary.
A source revealed that the Serbian coach has been talked to qualify the Black Stars for AFCON and World Cup and stand the chance to gain an extension in contract and salary as he will be paid $300,000 for each win.
The Serbian contract duration is a year, and it’s expected to end on September 19, 2022, but if he can qualify for the FIFA world cup, it will be extended automatically to February 28, 2023.
The GFA has promised the coach a huge sum of $300,000 to qualify the nations for the world cup.
The coach was called within the football circles to end the awaiting 40 years of winning the AFCON title as this is also part of his requirements.
If the 67 years old coach meets all these targets set for him, he will receive a combined $600,000 for good work done.
For the world cup, the source says he will receive his salary four weeks after the last qualification game, but AFCON, eight weeks for payment to be effective.
Milovan’s first match will be against Zimbabwe next month at Cape Coast stadium.
Currently, Ghana is the third in its group after losing and winning another in the first two games of the qualifiers.