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Former Uganda coach Micho named Orlando Pirates boss

Former Uganda manager Milutin Sredojevitch, known as Micho, has been appointed as the new Orlando Pirates manager.

Micho spent five years at the helm of Uganda’s coaching staff. He decided to terminate his contract and hand in his resignation due conflicts with the Uganda FA over unpaid wages, leaving the team with 4 points in the World Cup qualifying group and a month away from their crucial match-up against Egypt.

The Serbian manager has returned to the South African side after his spell with the club in 2006.

We welcome back Milutin Sredejovic, coach Micho. A man who’s integrity I respect. When he [Micho] left [in 2006], he left graciously,” Orlando Pirates president Irvin Khoza said in Micho’s presentation conference

“Now, he comes back with a great record and experiences throughout the continent.”

Ahmed is a social media team member and news reporter at KingFut. In addition, he's a football coach at Elite International Soccer academy. Previously wrote for Outside of the Boot and a Business Administration student at Misr International University.

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  1. masana_ya_dyambu

    August 4, 2017 at 9:31 AM

    Maybe;maybe things will change for better;but only if the Management;particularly Mbele n Screamer do stop their dictatorship… whereas the likes of rusty Players like Makola;Sarr n Jele get out from the Likes Team…

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