MICHO ASKED TO RESIGN LESS THAN 12 MONTH INTO THE UGANDA JOB.
Former Chipolopolo trainer Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic is on the verge of being shown the door as Uganda Cranes coach.
According to Football256 the former Chipolopolo coach has been asked to voluntarily step aside following an abysmal start to the Cranes’ AFCON Qualifying campaign.
“He (Micho) wants FUFA to be paid all his money before leaving. FUFA has declined on paying all the monies at once,” revealed an inside source who preferred anonymity.
Micho is on a three-year contract with FUFA in what is his second stint, having left in 2017.
The Serbian failed to inspire Uganda to victory in any of their two opening fixtures of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.
The Cranes lost 2-0 to Algeria before drawing 1-1 with Niger. It was the disappointing displays that infuriated many of the faithful more than the actual defeat against Algeria.
It remains to be seen if he will leave gracefully or be fired by a second African country in the space of 18 months.