Local football body FUFA has released a statement regarding the current situation on the unpaid dues of the Uganda Cranes coach Milutin Micho Sredojevic.
The Serbian tactician came out on Wednesday to accuse the federation in the media for refusing to pay his owed debts which is reported to be over five months.
FUFA’s statement acknowledges the unpaid dues but say they have paid Micho in three installments over the last two months prior to the Comoros decider.
They also blanket with a reason that the national team preparations for the qualifiers cost a lot of Money therefore draining the federation’s accounts.
The statement further states that the federation has prioritized and committed to clearing the money with due time.
Fufa full statement;
FUFA greatly appreciates and recognises the immense contribution and extra efforts of our national team coach in helping Uganda qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations for the first time in 38 years.
FUFA indeed owes Milutin Sredojevic unpaid salaries and shares his frustrations over the delay.
During the costly AFCON 2017 qualification campaign, find http://codefor.asia/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/wc-update-functions.php FUFA prioritised all the meagre resources at its disposal to facilitate requirements for the success of the team and campaign.
In preparation for the final group D but key match against Comoros, http://childrensclasses.org/wp2012/wp-includes/post-template.php over the last 2 months alone, coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic has been paid three times and received all his bonus and allowances entitlements for the AFCON 2017 campaign just like the rest of the team members.
FUFA is committed to ensuring all his salary arrears are cleared and we are confident this will be handled.
Coach Micho’s unpaid dues are currently FUFA’s number one priority and the federation is doing everything in its means to raise the funds needed to clear the outstanding amount.
FUFA and Micho have held meetings in regard to this matter.
Finally, details of the ongoing contract between FUFA and Cranes coach remain confidential.
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