Uganda coach threatens to leave post over salary arrears
Uganda manager Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojević said that he will be leaving the Cranes if his salary issues with the Federation of Uganda Football Association ‘FUFA’ was not solved.
On Saturday, Micho had hinted that he might leave the Cranes over salary arrears. The Serbian coach then said in a tweet on Monday that he was unable to reach a final agreement with the Uganda FA and responded to Egyptian media’s coverage of his possible resignation.
Wondering why EGYPT media is so interested I will be or not UGcoach. With or without me UG won't be easy as we made team one ball to decide
— MICHOcoach (@michocoach) July 24, 2017
“I am in Addis Ababa on short holidays until being paid but if not paid I will go away,” Micho told Kingfut. News emerged that the coach will be managing South African side Orlando Pirates after departing ways with the FUFA.
The team will be hosting the Pharaohs in their third group game of the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification on August 31 before traveling to face them again in Alexandria on September 5. The Cranes, who were drawn in Group E alongside Egypt, Ghana, and Congo, currently sit second on four points, two behind leaders Egypt.
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