CONFIRMED: 'Micho' quits Cranes post amid Orlando Pirates rumours

CONFIRMED: 'Micho' quits Cranes post amid Orlando Pirates rumours
Milutin "Micho" Sredojevic

by Bertin Basson

Saturday Jul 29, 2017. 13:00

Milutin Sredojevic has this morning confirmed that he has quit his post as head coach of the Uganda national team.

In a press conference called earlier today, the Serbia national revealed that his contract with the Uganda Football Association (FUFA) had been terminated with immediate effect.

This will add fuel to the rumours suggesting that the 47-year-old will make a return to Premier Soccer League (PSL) club Orlando Pirates, with the Serbia international strongly linked with the position despite Kjell Jonevret taking over the Buccaneers reins but a few months ago.

'Micho' achieved great success in his four years in charge of the Cranes - notable leading the country to their first Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) tournament in 38 years.

Zamalek have also emerged as a possible destination for the former Rwanda head coach following the sacking of Augusto Inacio. Moreover, former Polokwane City boss Luc Eymael has been linked with the now vacant Cranes post.

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