Former Orlando Pirates boss Milutin "Micho" Sredojevic has seemingly been sacked by Egyptian giants Zamalek after just 12 games in charge.
On Monday, Zamalek appeared to confirm via their official website that former Bucs manager Sredojevic had been sacked by the club after just 137 days in the hot seat.
Reports earlier in the day had revealed that Zamalek president Mortada Mansour held a board meeting following the club's disappointing defeats to Enppi and TP Mazembe, during which a decision was said to be made on Micho's future.
Zamalek have now seemingly confirmed that the 50-year-old has been removed from his role at the club after just 12 matches in charge, after announcing that Frenchman Patrice Carteron has assumed the role of "technical director of the club's first football team", according to the club's website.
Sredojevic won seven, lost four and drew one match during his time with the five-time CAF Champions League winners, and oversaw the club's 3-0 win over Pyramids FC to claim the Egypt Cup.
Micho previously enjoyed two spells in South Africa with Pirates, in 2006 and again between 2017 and 2019.
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