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Former Orlanfo pirates Coach get sentenced for 3 years imprisonment

Milutin Sredojevi, better known by his nickname Micho, was born on September 1, 1969, and is a Serbian football administrator who is now the head coach of the Uganda national football team. On July 27, 2021, he was chosen and signed a long-term contract.

After being accused of inappropriate behavior by a 39-year-old elderly person during a Cosafa Cup competition in Gqeberha in December last year, the Serbian coach has been in and out of court in Gqeberha.

Anelisa Ngcakani, a spokesperson for the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) in Gqeberha, said that the disgraced coach had been held accountable.

"Indeed, I can affirm that he has been held accountable," she told the Siya group, pledging to dig farther into a claim. Milutin 'Micho' Sredojevic, a former Orlando Pirates and Zambian senior public group mentor, has been accused of indecent behavior.

The incident occurred at Wolfson Stadium, according to the NPA, and it is claimed that when the lady delivered espresso to Sredojevic and others who were watching the game from the stands, she requested if he needed sugar with his espresso.

However, the tutor is claimed to have replied that he needed one more type of sugar while pointing to the lady's reproductive parts.

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Anelisa Ngcakani Micho Milutin Sredojevi NPA National Prosecuting Authority


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