Sensational Black Stars striker Asamoah Gyan has assured coach Milovan Rajevac’s successor that the team would give him full cooperation so far as he is ready to also accept their easy going lifestyles in camp.
“We will be behind him as players and play our heart out for the nation as we always have,” the 24-year-old said to KickOffGhana.com. “But we joke a lot so if he is quick tempered he should take it easy.”
Serbian Goran Stevanovic has been appointed new Ghana coach and he is taking over from Rajevac who built a good rapport with the players culminating in successful outings at the 2010 Nations and World Cups.
The Sunderland hitman said irrespective of whatever strategy the 44-year-old Serbian is bringing on board the team would adapt to it with time.
“Every coach has his program and how to achieve that. A new coach could mean new tactics, new training methods and a lot of things. But we know ourselves, we have been a group for so long and if there is anything we have done well, it has been our ability to adapt. We will get used to him in no time,” he assured.
Stevanovic has agreed a four year deal to become Ghana coach subject to a major review after two years.