Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) has today morning endorsed another 3 year contract extension for the Cranes Head Coach Milutin “Micho” Sredojevic.
FUFA Boss Eng Moses Magogo announced this while addressing the media at FUFA house in Mengo.
“We announce the extension of Micho’s contract until 2018.”
Micho in his speech hinted on his close relationship and love he has for Ugandan football
“I have a life contract with Uganda, and I thank all the stake holders in Uganda’s football for their support to the National team,” the Serbian born tactician noted.
So far, Micho has a total of 35 matches he has featured in as the Cranes Head coach, winning 18, drawing 5 and losing 12.
Out of the 35 matches, 22 were competitive. The Serbian has won 13, drawn 3 and lost 6.
With such a statistic, FUFA president Moses Magogo has hinted that Micho has been the most successful coach at the Uganda National team after Peter Okee who led the Cranes to the 1978 AFCON final in Ghana where the team lost 2-0 to the hosts.
Micho Coaching Profile;
1994–2000, FK Palić
2000–2001, FK Spartak Subotica
2001 Yugoslavia U20
2001 FK Hajduk Kula
2001–2004, Villa SC
2004–2006 Saint-George SA
2006 Orlando Pirates
2007 Young Africans FC
2007–2010, Saint-George SA
2010–2011, Al-Hilal Omdurman
2013– To date, Uganda.