Former Uganda Cranes Coach Milutin Sredojevic “Micho” has not ruled out a future return to the Pearl of Africa despite officially terminating his contract on Friday evening.
Speaking at his farewell press conference held today morning at Kabira Country Club in Bukoto, the Serbian hinted that there is still room that he might come back and coach Ugandan footballers.
“I have left because my values were not respected but in life; you never say never. You never know, I have not completely shut down the doors for this country but right now I want to re-focus,” Micho said.
“Inside me, like I have always told you, is a Uganda Cranes jersey and I will forever remain a Uganda Cranes fan.”
It should be noted that Micho’s job as a Cranes coach was his second stint in Uganda after he was with SC Villa from 2001-2004.
Micho also had double spells in Ethiopia with Saint George, firstly between 2004-2006 and 2007-2010.
With all reliable sources pointing at Orlando Pirates as his next destination, if a deal is struck with these Soweto giants, it will be his second spell as he was their coach in 2006.
If the Serbian is to return to Uganda for a Coaching job at any time in future, its believed that SC Vipers may be his option as he is still a personal friend to Club patron and former FUFA president Lawrence Mulindwa.