We Will Prove Our Everyone Wrong – Coach Milovan Rajevac
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Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac is sure that his team can prove the skeptics wrong at the African Cup of Nations (AFCON 2021) in Cameroon.
Ghana enters the tournament looking for a sixth AFCON title, which has eluded them for the past 40 years.
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The fact that the Black Stars aren’t considered favourites by the bookies, according to Milovan Rajevac, could be a favorable sign for the team.
This, according to the 68-year-old, will relieve pressure on his players as they prepare to prove their naysayers wrong.
“Nobody believes us. Nobody rates us as favorites for this tournament but we are here to prove them wrong. It’s good for us”, he said at the pre-match conference before the Morocco game.
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Ghana lost the opening game to Morocco yesterday. The game has raised a lot of concern of the selection of players.
Ghana now sits at the bottom of the table.