Black Stars head coach, Milovan Rajevac makes top 10 of National Team Coaches in Africa with big paycheque.
The Serbian was officially announced as the new gaffer for the Black Stars on September 24 on a year’s deal with an option for another year if he meets the set targets.
He takes over from local coach and former player Charles Kwabla Akonnor who was axed after defeat to South Africa in the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
Coach ‘Milo’ is set for a second second stint with Ghana after fairly a successful first spell from 2008-2010.
He led the team to AFCON final in Angola and a first ever and the second African team to appear in the quarterfinals of the World Cup in South Africa, all in 2010.
Ghana Football Association during the unveiling on Friday announced that the experienced manager will be on $30,000 as month’s salary.
According to African football specialist Nuhu Adams, Rajevac’s salary ranks him 10th on the list of highest paid national team Coaches in Africa.
SALARIES of African NT coaches (TOP earners)
Vahid Halilhodzic – $89K
Carlos Queiroz – $85K
Djamel Belmadi – $65K
Antonio Conceiçao – $59K
Javier Clemente – $59K
Hector Cuper – $55K
Gernot Rohr – $55K
Hugo Broos – $50K
Patrice Beaumelle – $35K
Milovan Rajevac – $30K
Corentin Martins – $30K
Micho Sredojevic – $24K
Michel Dussuyer – $28K
Aliou Cisse – $27K
Didier Six – $20K
Pedro Goncalves – $20K