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Goran Stevanovic's Successor Will Be Head Hunted - Kwesi Nyantakyi   
 
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15-Mar-2012  
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Ghana FA boss says a ‘head hunting’ process will be adopted to appoint the next Black Stars coach if Goran Stevanovic is fired by this weekend.

With the 2014 World Cup qualifiers set to start in June, the GFA has just three months to replace the Serbian if he is sacked by this weekend.

The Serbian trainer is scheduled to meet officials of the Ghana FA on Friday to make certain his future as Ghana coach.

Some have called for the dismissal of the former Partizan Belgrade manager following his inability to lead the Black Stars to Nations Cup glory in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.

But authorities have delayed in taking a final decision which is expected on Friday.

However, if fired, Stevanovic’s replacement will be straight away appointed without going through the rigorous advertisement process due to time limitations for the start of the World Cup qualifiers.

“We will head hunt if we decide to let go of Goran Stevanovic,” Kwasi Nyantakyi told GTV’s Sportlite.

“That takes less time than opening the position up for advertisement.

“However this option will not kick in if we decide to retain his (Stevanovic) services.”

Stevanovic has one more year to run on his current 30,000 Euro a month deal.

Marcel Desailly has been touted as the favourite to take over if the Serbian is sacked.
 
 
Source: Ghanasoccernet.com
 
 

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