BLACK STARS COACH IN TRANSFER SCAM
The Ghanaian Journal.com can confirm after discreet investigations that the belief within certain football circles that Black Stars coach, Milovan Rajevac, is managing some Ghanaian players is very true. Snippets of information relating to the subject, as the Ghanaian Journal.com gathered, suggests that Milovan’s move is clandestinely done by proxy, through his Serbian based International Football Agency- Virtus International, headed by his close pal- Goran Milovanic.
Milovanovic was a former teammate of neglected Black Stars full back, Hans Adu Serpei, during the latter’s playing days at Duisburg in the German Bundelisga. The well-packaged profile of Milovan Rajevac that eventually convinced the Ghana Football Association to offer the Serbian the Black Stars job, The Ghanaian Journal.com found, was put together by his Virtus International Agency. Perhaps apart from the more established Black Stars players like Michael Essien, Stephen Appiah, Sulley Muntari, Laryea Kingston etc, who the Serbian dread dropping from the team due to their huge stature in international football,
The Ghanaian Journal..com discovered from further search that most budding Ghanaian players risk losing out of selection into the national team if they do not join Milovan’s agency. Others like Germany-based Hans Adu-Sarpei; Holland trio of Nana Kwesi Asare, Eric Boakye and Kwame Quansah;
Denmark based Issah Ahmed and a host of others who might not command similar status as the Essiens, but might be good for assessment, are totally neglected in order to pave the way for the Virtus Agency boys. That explains the virtual mad rush by most local and other budding overseas players to join the Rajevac Agency to guarantee a possible call up into the Black Stars. The latest player to join Virtus International Agency is Best World Youth player
Dominic Adiyiah whose move to AC Milan was brokered by the super agent and head of Virtus International, Goran Milovanovic. Another Under 20 player who has joined Milo’s agency is young midfield powerhouse, Agyemang Badu, who through the instrumentality of Goran and his team is likely to land a deal with Serie A side Sampdoria in the coming weeks. Badu’s move to Italy has been temporarily stalled by Black Stars’ World Cup/Cup of Nations qualifier against Mali last Sunday and of course today’s friendly match against Angola in Luanda. Although former Liberty Professionals Yaw Antwi recently earned a call up into the national team, The Ghanaian Journal can state on authority that the invitation for the little known local Black Stars forward was more of his association with coach Milo’s agency than any convincing performance in the Serbian league with FC Napresad.
Stints with the Black Stars provide the platform for some unknown players to show their skills in to the outside world with the possibility of attracting some of the more established teams in the world.
In less than a year, many Ghanaian youth players have joined Virtus International to boost their international football careers. The first two players to join the agency were former Heart of Lions midfielder who now plies his trade in Montenegro, Abraham Kudemor and former Wa All Stars left back, Gershon Akuffo