Uganda Cranes coach Milutin Sredojevic has confirmed being approached by Nigeria national team and South Africa football club, Orlando Pirates among other teams on the African continent for the head coach role.
In a conversation with Matooke Republic, Micho said that he cannot stop people from reaching out to him for his services.
“Within the last one month, I have been approached by the Mauritania national team, Simba SC from Tanzania, Nigeria national team, Orlando Pirates and Moroka Swallows,” said Micho.
However, Micho revealed that with every approach that he has got, FUFA and its President Moses Magogo are aware of it.
Nonetheless, the 52-year-old stated that he is loyally playing his role as the Uganda Cranes coach.
About the circulating reports that he was captured talking with South African side Moroka Swallows chairman, Micho said he has not been in talks with the club.
He explained that the circulating photo was captured months ago when he was appearing in an interview for a show called PSL Now that airs on SuperSport.
On July 27, 2021, Micho was announced as the new Head Coach of the Uganda National Team for the second stint. He signed a three-year contract.