Micho appointed new Zambia national team Head Coach


Former Uganda Cranes and SC Villa coach Mulitin Sredojevic ‘Micho’ has been appointed the new head coach of the Zambia National Football team.

The Serbian tactician who has been on the Zambian Football Association wanted list for over a year has been contracted to lead the “Chipolopolo” for a period of 2 years that is subject to renewal.

Micho takes over from Mumamba Numba who has been the care taker of the national team after the departure of the Belgian Sven Vandenbroeck who left the team earlier this year.

The 50-year-old has previously coached the Uganda national football team, and where he is remembered for having helped the Cranes to reach AFCON finals in 2017 after nwarly 39-years of wait.

The ‘Wolf of Sebia’ later joined South Africa’s Orlando Pirated before crossing to Egypt’s Zamalek where he was sacked in December.

Micho will be assisted by two local coaches but he is also carrying a personal assistant with him

The Serbian will jet in the country on Monday 27th January to take up his role.

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