By Joseph Mchekadona
Uganda national football team head coach Mulutin Sredojevic has today resigned from his post.
The 47-year-old who was once linked to be Taifa Stars head coach, has announced he announced to end his tenure as Uganda national team coach as there was no resolution to a dispute over unpaid wages.
The outgoing Tanzania Football Federation (TFF)president Jamal Malinzi he is on record to have informed the media that Sredojevic is a good coach “but the federation can do nothing as he is contacted to Uganda Football Federation “
Micho who once coached local giants, Dar es Salaam Young Africans (Yanga) is being linked to Orlando Pirates of South Africa.
'Micho' won much acclaim for guiding the Cranes through Africa Cup of Nations qualification, ending their lengthy absence from the competition that stretches almost four decades.
It now looks likely that Sredojevic will link up with the Buccaneers as their appear to be question marks of current coach Kjell Jonevret's ability to lead the team
Should the Serb take over the reins at Pirates it will be his second stint in charge, having managed the Soweto giants for a spell over 10 years ago.
In parting Sredojevic thanked the various captains he had appointed during his time in charge, including former Jomo Cosmos and Bloemfontein Celtic striker Geofrey Massa.
The fans all received a special mention whilst Sredojevic also divulged that he will listen to offers from clubs about coaching opportunities