The Serbian coach offered a strong support for players to keep their individual beliefs insisting most players in all parts of the world use it.
The Black Stars came under fire after a secret report by previous coach Goran Stevanovic claimed that players used black magic against each other during the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations.
This sparked a huge debate over the role of spirituality in the team with accusing fingers pointed at some of the players in the squad.
But Rajevac, who is also a Serbian and led the Black Stars to the final of the 2010 Africa Cup of Nations and quarter final of the 2010 World Cup, says players must be allowed to carry their own beliefs and practices.
“Many sportsmen, not only football players from all over the world, all over the continent…Africa, Asia, Europe, everywhere are superstitious,” Rajevac said.
“Even many coaches are superstitious.
“The most important thing was for everybody in the national team- management, technical team, players, coaches, everybody together with journalists and supporters to try to have good communication and good relationship.
“It’s a personal thing for everybody and it’s not a big deal…somebody is superstitions and somebody is not. It is everybody’s choice and there is nothing wrong.”
The 58- year old is now bidding to return as the Black Stars coach even though he stabbed the country in the back by refusing to extend his expiring contract.
He jumped for greener pasture in Saudi Arabia where he signed for Al Ahli but was soon on the road for money again when the Qatari national team came calling just after four months into his contract with the Saudis.
He was fired by the Qataris for poor results.
Source Ghana Soccer