'There are no Untouchables' - Milo

Milovan Rajevac has dropped hints of shuffling his pack for Sunday's World Cup qualifier against Mali claiming there are no "untouchables'' in his team irrespective of their current forms. Chelsea ace Michael Essien, Sulley Ali Munatari, Captain Stephen Appiah and Anthony Annan has been touted as irreplaceable in the squad following the team's remakable run in the qualifiers. But the Serbian who oversaw Ghana's finest and smoothest path to a major international tournament says no player is indispensable. "It is nto true that some players are already guaranted a place in my final squad but others by their form this time makes them favourites,"Rajevac told Ghanasoccernet.com "We have a big game coming up on Sunday and each player will be treated equally with no special preferences for any player. "We work like a collective team and that is the only way we can grind out good result in our matches. "Every single player in the team must show why he deserves a place in the final squad against Mali and subsequent matches in Angola and South Africa." The Black Stars arrived in Kumasi early this morning and are scheduled to play a friendly later today.