Dujkovic seeking more African success with Ghana
CAIRO, Jan 13 (Reuters) - Serbian coach Ratomir Dujkovic made his name in African football by leading the unfancied Rwanda to the African Nations Cup finals for the first time two years.
Their shock success came at the expense of Ghana, whose side he took over in December 2004 and who he has since propelled to a first-ever World Cup finals appearance, adding to his status as something of a coaching miracle worker. Dujkovic, 60, is also former coach of Venezuela and Burma and was on the coaching staff of Red Star Belgrade when they won the European Cup in 1991. He has also worked in the United Arab Emirates.