King Faisal club president Alhaji Karim Grusah is in full support of the decision to strengthen Ghana’s bench for the 2014 World Cup finals with former coach Milovan Rajevac.
According to reports in the Serbian media, Rajevac has been approached by Black Stars coach Kwesi Appiah to serve as an advisor for the tournament.
This move has split heads in the country despite Rajavac’s impressive record during his two-year stay.
The Ghana Football Association is yet to take a decision on the matter but Grusah believes brining the Serb back on board will aid Ghana’s course.
“The decision to bring him back is the best,” Grusah told GHANASoccernet.com
“We talk a lot in Ghana including me. We were the reasons Milo (Rajevac) left Ghana.
“My Romanian coach is doing well because I understand how to treat these foreign coaches. For me if the FA wants to do well in this year’s World Cup, they will have to stop listening to the media and do what they think can help the team.
“Milo is experienced and Akwesi Appiah learnt a lot from him so what is wrong if the coach brings him on board? It will only to the betterment of the team.”
The 60-year-old Serbian, affectionately called Milo in Ghana, guided the Black Stars to reach the quarterfinals of the 2010 World Cup finals in South Africa.