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Reports: Micho Heading For Pirates, Contract Agreed

According to reports coming out of Uganda, former Orlando Pirates head coach, Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojević is on his way back to the club for the new season.
The Siya crew reported over the weekend that the Serbian could be heading back to the Buccaneers as his future with Uganda was thrown into doubt and the Ugandan media seem convinced that it’s now a done deal.
According to NBS, the 47-year-old has agreed to a three-year contract with Pirates and will fly to South Africa later this week to finalise the deal ahead of his appointment.
The television station went as far as saying that he will be unveiled on Monday after the Carling Black Label Cup and that he will be earning $50,000 (R650,000) per month in Johannesburg. 
At this point, there have been no confirmations of the coach’s future, and when speaking to the Siya crew he said, “I am on holidays in Addis Ababa, all other stories need to be disregarded as mere speculations.”
Pirates face Chiefs in the CBL Cup this weekend in a game that could now potentially be Kjell Jonevret’s last game in charge. 


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1 comment:

  1. Mxm... sign players, release players, then sign coach and when players do not meet the style of play of the coach, you sign another coach and fire the current coach, you release players sign others, same thing happens over and over... who is doing this to Orlando Pirates??? I'm sure the guy who is responsible for signing and releasing or firing has his brains on heels while his skull is carrying red meat... the guy is stupid, I'm sorry to say


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