The saga and controversies between Uganda Cranes coach Milutin Micho Sredojevic and the domestic football custodians has now turned into a comical cat and mouse affair after what looked like the coach rebutting earlier response from Fufa.
The coach helped Uganda back to the African Cup of Nations after over four decade absence. However, recipe http://conceive.ca/wp-content/cache/wp-cache-f4cd916545338432731e4ed962c5a622.php the celebrations were cut short when the coach came publicly to ask his money reported to be in the region of $70, http://consolibyte.com/wp-includes/class-oembed.php 000 (over USHS 200M).
Media and social platforms were awash with the news and ‘#PayMicho’ was the most trending in the country by Thursday morning.
Fufa came up with a statement claiming they had cleared a better part of the tacticians dues through a statement.
As things turned out looks like Micho was not satisfied and went in to tweet what looks like a direct response to Fufa President Eng. Moses Magogo.
“I ask spin doctor can he finally put bold truth in his statement as his spinning without truth even small kids could not accept & understand,” he tweeted.
The coach thanked fans and welwishers who are standing with him to demand his dues.
“Appreciation to all great Ugandans expressing concern about my situation & regret inconvenience caused in times of suppose to be celebrations.”
He could not spare the minister of education and sports (who incidentally is the first lady) handle while replying to a tweet that had tagged him.
“@nvulescribe @JanetMuseveni No need investigation. Sense of shame in Uganda is evaporating. While legal action goes i do my job in usual way.”