Micho set to become Libya national team coach

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Denis Musanje

Former Uganda Cranes head coach Milutin Sredojevic alias Micho is set to be appointed as the new Libyan national team head coach.

According to several reports, the Serbian tactician is expected to replace current interim Libya head coach
Salim Al-Jalali.

Micho was recently sacked by the Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) after failing to guide the Uganda Cranes to the 2023 AFCON Finals due in Ivory Coast next year.

Uganda finished third in their group with the top two Algeria and Tanzania qualifying for the continental showpiece.

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In his first spell as Cranes head coach, he helped the nation return to the Africa Cup of Nations, breaking a long-standing jinx of 39 years.

The Serbian has previously managed at SC Villa, Sudan’s Al Hilal, Tanzania’s Yanga Africans, Saint George of Ethiopia, the Rwanda national team, Yugoslavia U20 head coach, Orlando Pirates of South Africa, Egyptian side Zamalek, Zambia national team, Uganda Cranes among others.

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