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Milo "close-marks" Muntari, Narry and others 5/9/2009

Accra, May 7, GNA - Black Stars trainer Milovan Rajevac is close-marking his charges in his bid to build a formidable side for the remainder of the 2010 World Cup/Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers. The Serb''s monitoring mission has taken him to France, Italy and lately to the United States of America.

Fred Pappoe, Vice President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) told GNA Sports that "Milo" is desirous of getting informed on the real potential of his players.

He explained that Milo particularly watched Inter Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari, to ensure the smooth left-footer who has shown average performance for the Stars in recent times is not being underutilized. "He also monitored Moussa Narry of Auxerre (France), Kwadwo Asamoah of Udinese (Italy) and Isaac Vorsah of TSG Hoffenheim (Germany). "Milo also watched US based duo, Patrick Nyarko (Chicago Fire) and Dominic Oduro (FC Dallas)."

The Serb returns early next week and will present his report to the GFA.

The Stars have two dicey away duels next month against Mali on June 7 and Sudan two weeks later.

 
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