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Micho declared not guilty of sexual assault by High Court

SINAN RAJUB SENOGA 

Uganda Cranes head coach Milutin “Micho” Sredojevic has been found not guilty of sexual assault by the high court in South Africa.

The Serbian coach had initially been found guilty of sexual assault by the Gqeberha Regional Court last year in October.

Micho was charged for an incident that allegedly happened in December 2020 in Gqeberha, Eastern Cape during a Cosafa Cup game.

It was alleged that he made sexual advances to a lady (Sibabalo Diba) and was sentenced to three years imprisonment which was suspended for five years.

Micho appealed the sentence saying the case was aimed at tarnishing his name.

It’s now official, the Serbian Wolf has won the appeal and has been acquitted of the charges.

“The conviction and sentences have been set a side and the accused is found not guilty on all counts and is acquitted” Reads part of ruling.

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