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Ex-Ghana coach in talks with Egypt’s Football Association

Egypt’s FA is searching a new coach for its national team after rejecting to renew Bob Bradley’s contract

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The Egyptian Football Association is considering to recruit Ghana’s former coach Milovan Rajevac to train the country’s national team, a website reported Sunday.

Talks between Rajevac and the Egyptian football body took place in Cairo, and were aimed to find a replacement to Egypt’s former American coach Bob Bradley, the Ghanaian sports website Ghana Soccer Net said.

However, Rajevac demands, not specified by the Ghanaian website, may prevent Egypt from continuing talks with the 59-year-old coach.

Meanwhile, other possibilities for the position include the Egyptian Jamal Allam, who happens to be the president of the football body.

The association has rejected to renew Bradley’s contract after Ghana stunned Egypt 6-1 in the first leg of their World Cup playoff, preventing the Arab country from securing a place at next year’s World Cup in Brazil.

Rejavac was the leader of Ghana’s national football team for two years and has led the Black Stars to the grand finale of the 2010 Nations Cup in Angola.