Uganda Confirm Payment To Pirates Coach
The Ugandan FA Have Finished Paying Orlando Pirates' Head Coach, Milutin Sredojevic
The Ugandan Football Association have confirmed that they have paid Orlando Pirates' Milutin 'Micho' Sredojevic his outstanding salary.
Having left the Ugandan national team last year after a war over unpaid wages, the 48-year-old embarked on a new challenge with the Buccaneers in the Absa Premiership, and is now challenging Mamelodi Sundowns for top honours with just six games to go.
However, there was an issue regarding outstanding payments of a reports figure around R700,000 that was owed to the coach following his time with the Cranes, a fee that has now been paid.
FUFA confirmed that 'Micho' had now been in paid in full with a tweet saying:
Meanwhile, the Serbian was gracious about the situation, with a reply that stated the following:
Sredojevic joined Uganda in 2013 before taking on the job at Pirates last year.