The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) and the Uganda Cranes coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic have on Monday July 24, 2017 met to discuss the latter’s fate.
The meeting convened at Fufa House in Mengo was attended by Micho and Fufa President Moses Magogo among others.
In one of the resolutions drawn was that Fufa CEO, Edgar Watson Ssubi meets Micho’s agent to forge a way forward for both parties.
“The parties have agreed that FUFA CEO Edgar Watson talks to the agent of the Uganda Cranes Coach Micho over the matters,” reads a statement extracted from Fufa website.
“FUFA and Micho will release a statement after the FUFA CEO has held discussions with the coach’s agent,” the statement further states.
Reports filtered through last week indicating Micho was quitting the Cranes job for greener pastures elsewhere.
And on Saturday after guiding Uganda to a 5-1 victory against South Sudan, the Serbian tactician hinted on resigning citing unpaid salary in excess of $60,000.
In a post-match interview, he promised he will make a statement about his future in the next 48 hours, a thing he hasn’t done up to now.
Reports indicate, Micho is closing on re-joining South Africa’s Orlando Pirates, a team he coached in 2006.