Coach Wants Ghana To Raise Game


Coach Milovan Rajevac of the Black Stars of Ghana has charged his players to raise their game as they prepare for their quarter final clash against Uruguay in the ongoing South Africa 2010 World Cup.

Coach Milovan Rajevac of the Black Stars of Ghana.

The Serbia Montenegro born soccer tactician, who will on Friday lead the only remaining African country in the Mundial against Uruguay, believes there is every cause for the players to be up and doing as they cannot afford to crash out of the tourney at this stage.

He said his players have done well by setting up Friday’s clash against the Europeans, who hosted and won the maiden edition of the World Cup way back in 1930.

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He charged the Black Stars to have the belief that they can overcome the Europeans and warned them against committing any error, as failure to guard against avoidable errors may spell doom for their chances of surpassing the achievement of Cameroon and Senegal in the history of the World Cup.

The Teranga Lions of Senegal and the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon are the two African countries that have played in the quarter finals of the World Cup.

According to him “Uruguay is one of the toughest teams is this World Cup, it is evident in some of the games that they have played, I should want the players to raise their game as they are like lone rangers, but I know we the right mentality we can overcome Uruguay.”

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