Ghana FA boss Kwasi Nyantakyi has taken note of the demeanour change of Black Stars coach Goran Stevanovic.
The under-fire Serbian has often been criticized for his staunchness and penchant of doing things only his way.
His position as Black Stars coach is still in the balance and would be sorted out next week after meeting with the Ghana FA Executive Committee.
Nyantakyi who however believes it will be beneficial to retain Stevanovic’s services say the 45-year-old has began showing signs of a change in his approach.
“He is showing signs of conciliatory but I don’t know whether it is a lasting impression or not,” he told Joy Sports.
“In our first meeting he created the impression that he did well but we disagree because we wanted to win the trophy.
“But I have taken notice of he softening his stance even when we played our friendly with Chile.
“His position for instance on local players after the performance of the two (Emmanuel Baffour and Richard Mpong) has changed but it remains to be seen whether or not it is a flash in the pan.”
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