Micho Sredojevic has been unveiled as Zambia’s senior national team coach.
Sredojevic has penned a 2-year deal to guide Chipolopolo, which is the nickname of the Zambian national team.
The former Orlando Pirates coach is set to reunite with players he coached at the Buccaneers; Augustine Mulenga, Justin Shonga and Austin Muwowo, who all turn out for the Southern African country on the international stage.
Since leaving Pirates, Sredojevic has coached Egyptian side Zamalek, but didn’t stay long in North Africa.
In terms of national teams, he was previously in charge of Uganda.
By Tiyani wa ka Mabasa