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Micho Resigns as Uganda Cranes Coach

Uganda Cranes head coach Milutin Sredojevic populary known as Micho has resigned after leading Uganda to a 5-0 victory against South Sudan in the CHAN 2018 qualifiers

Micho says he quit his job as coach of the National Team because he had not been paid his salary for over 6 months.

“I worked with SC Villa and left without been paid salary for over 10 months. The same is happening with Uganda Cranes. I don’t feel appreciated so let me go where my efforts will be rewarded,” he said.

As Uganda Cranes Coach, Micho is said to have been earning a monthly salary of $10,000 (about 36,000,000).

This website understands that the football coach has received juicy offers from South African football club Orlando Pirates, which he once coached in 2006 and another football club in Libya.

Micho’s resignation brings a stunning end to a four-year tenure that included helping Uganda to return to the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations the first time in 38 years.