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Bafana Bafana’s World Cup qualifying opponents Ghana are set to hire new teach Milovan Rajevac on a massive earnings of over half of a million rand per month.

Rajevac is already returned in Ghana and will take over with the high target of qualification for next year's World Cup finals in Qatar from a crew offering Bafana Bafana, Ethiopia and Zimbabwe who have also made coaching modifications in recent days.

In returning to take The Black Stars job, the Serbian will earn USD45 zero (approximately R665 000) every month as per reviews from Ghana.

The two-year deal for Rajevac is overall performance based.

His appointment has been authorised via the Sports Ministry following meets with the Ghana FA.

Rajevac’s predecessor Charles Kwablah Akonnor earned USD25 0 (approximately R370 000) in the same job for which Avram Grant was paid double when he used to be in cost between 2015-17.

Earnings of nearby coaches are always dwarfed by using those of expatriate gaffers on the continent which has usually created debate and tension over problems related to respect and appreciation.

The veteran Serbian will be furnished with in addition perks in his bundle and his on the spot task will be two video games towards The Warriors next month

The 67-year-old was once the educate at some point of Ghana’s famous World Cup run at the 2010 World Cup the place they reached the final eight.

Bafana train Hugo Broos is amongst the higher earners on the continent alongside with Carlos Queiroz of Egypt who sits on the top of the list. 

Rajevac is miles beforehand of what Croatian educate Zdravko Logarusic used to be incomes as Zimbabwe coach where he was on USD7800 (approximately R115 000) per month. 

However, following his sacking Rajevac is taking walks away with over USD200 zero (approximately R3 million) in spite of prevailing simply a single sport in 14. 


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