OFFICIAL: Micho terminates contract with Uganda over unpaid wages
Uganda national team manager Micho has confirmed in a press conference that he will no longer be in his position due to unpaid dues.
Milutin Sredojević, known as Micho, has terminated his contract as Uganda’s manager after not getting paid for six months, according to the Serbian coach.
He had been in his position as Uganda manager since May 2013, guiding them to their first Africa Cup of Nations in 39 years.
“It is not easy to be the coach of Uganda. My agent and I had seven days of talk with FUFA but all yielded nothing,” said the former Cranes manager.
Micho added that they succeeded in removing him from his position and not allowing him to take Uganda to the 2018 World Cup.
Uganda, who are currently sit second in Group E in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers, will face Egypt at home on 31 August and then away on 5 September.
The Serbian confirmed that he has up to nine offers to consider. He also confirmed that he won’t be coaching a national team and that he won’t coach in Libya.
There are rumors that South Africa giants Orlando Pirates and Zamalek are after him, especially after the latter recently sacked Augusto Inácio.