Milutin "Micho" Sredojevic
Friday Mar 23, 2018. 10:30
New information coming through from Uganda is that the Federation of Ugandan Football has paid outstanding salaries to former coach Milutin Sredojevic.
Sredojevic quit his job as Cranes coach in July last year over unpaid salaries before taking over as coach of South African club Orlando Pirates.
However, it is announced that the Serbian coach will have his money after FUFA and the government cleared his arrears.
FUFA finance officer Decolas Kiiza confirmed that they had cleared Micho’s bill as the government contributed in paying the money.
“Government contributed $20000 and the federation put $34000 to make the $54000 (Shs194m) payment,” Kiiza said to the Daily Monitor.
The Soweto giants mentor has since thanked the country’s FA for the money, saying he wishes the Cranes all the best of luck.
“Honest appreciation and sincere gratitude to FUFA president Moses Magogo that presented himself as man of his words,” Micho said on Twitter.
“For fulfilling promise by clearing the outstanding salary arrears owed to me. Thank you very much. All the best in all your future endeavours and challenges.”