Barely a week after terminating his contract with the Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA), Milutin “Micho” Sredojevic has got a new job.
The Serbian tactician has on Thursday afternoon been unveiled at South African side Orlando Pirates.
The club confirmed that Micho joins them on a two year deal replacing Kjell Jonvret.
Jonvret threw in the towel yesterday just three months in charge at Orlando Pirates.
This is the second time that Micho will be managing the South African club with his maiden managerial role happening in 2006.
Micho had his 4 year reign with Uganda Cranes end last week citing that Fufa had disrespected his values by not paying his salary.
He guided the Cranes to the 2017 African Cup of Nations, the first time that Uganda was competing at the coveted tournament after 38 years.