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Bucs’ New Technical Team To Be Decided

Orlando Pirates have confirmed that the technical team for their newly appointed coach, Milutin Sredejovic, will be decided in due course.
As expected, ‘Micho’ has been unveiled as the new head coach for the Buccaneers, following the departure of Kjell Jonevret from the position.
The Serbian mentor, who recently left the Uganda national team where he was the head coach, has been unveiled at Pirates by the club’s chairman, Irvin Khoza.
Micho joins Bucs for a second stint, as he briefly coached the Soweto giants for a few months between 2006 and 2007 as a 38-year-old.
“Orlando Pirates Football Club is pleased to announce the appointment of Milutin Sredejovic as new Head Coach. The 47-year old takes over with immediate effect,” Bucs stated on the club’s official website.
Bucs have confirmed that the issue involving their new coach’s technical team will be decided at a later stage.
“The newly appointed head coach is due to meet with the Chairman later today to discuss matters around the squad and his support staff,” confirmed the club on their website. 


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1 comment:

  1. Before we won't the treble mr Khoza promised to be fully hands on and focuse on the team and we ripped the results, i'm sensing the same even now it seems like he got a wake call. All the underperforming players must be excused including less useful technical members. I was starting to think our season is doomed before it started but i have hope now the black ghost will resurrect #UpTheBucs


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