Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojević has bounced back as the head coach of the Uganda Cranes on a three-year contract.
A press statement from the Federation of Uganda Football Association-FUFA shows that the Serbian tactician will kick off work effective next month.
He is remembered for taking back Uganda to the African Cup of Nations after close to three decades. Micho drove Uganda to the 2017 Afcon.
He, however, confirmed the termination of his contract on June 29, 2017, citing nonpayment of his salary for several months.
Since then, the Serbian tactician has managed Orlando Pirates in South Africa, Zamalek in Egypt and lately the Zambian National team.
The national team had been under the leadership of Abdallah Mubiru as the interim Head coach and Livingstone Mbabazi and Fred Kajoba as assistants.