Struggling Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac has started moaning about not having a team as good as his 2010 team after poor performance in the ongoing AFCON 2021.
The Serbian tactician has admitted that his current crop of players aren’t the same as the once he came to meet in 2010 when he took Ghana to the final where they loss to Egypt by a lone goal.
According to the Ghana coach, the team lacks a player who’s as potent and deadly in front of goal like former Black Stars captain Asamoah Gyan.
He further acknowledged that the team team he worked with are different from the team he’s working with now and will need time to implement his ideas to make a difference.
“We don’t have the same team like 2010 and we did not have enough time for preparations as well as missing or not having a player like Asamoah Gyan.”
Again in Serbian: “I followed the team well. Sadly we need to do something at short notice. I’m trying to implement these things & we’re on the right path. We lost the first game in 2010 AFCON. We will def improve”, he said.
Ghana are without a win in two outings against Morocco and Gabon respectively and must do everything the can to beat Comoros on Tuesday evening to have a chance of making it into the round of 16 stage.