Former Orlando Pirates coach, Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic, is commended for his work at the Soweto giants during his two seasons at the club during his second spell since 2017.
Before his surprise resignation in August last year, Sredojevic had led the Buccaneers to second place finish in the Absa Premiership on two occasions - the 2017/18 and 2018/19 seasons respectively.
Sredojevic has been lauded by his countryman Vladislav Heric for the job he did at the Soweto giants, despite failing to win the league with the team.
“Look, I don’t like to jump in the boots of other coaches because we don’t know what the challenges are there and what the situation is. We don’t know the agreement between the coach and certain people. We can’t just come out and comment but I cannot say that he (Sredojevic) didn’t contribute,” said the Serbian coach.
“Pirates played good football when he was here. They were excellent. My personal opinion about Pirates in that time is that maybe they didn’t have matured goalkeepers. Other than that, Orlando Pirates played extremely good football. They were very offensive and creative,” Heric told the Siya crew.
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