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Former Uganda Cranes Coach Micho Appointed as New Libya National Team Manager

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former uganda cranes coach micho appointed as new libya national team manager
former uganda cranes coach micho appointed as new libya national team manager
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Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic, who was recently removed from his position as the Uganda Cranes coach, has now been chosen as the new head coach for the Libyan national football team. He takes over the role from Salem Al-Jalali, who had been serving as the interim coach.

Micho’s primary responsibility will be to guide Libya’s national team through the upcoming qualifiers for the 2026 FIFA World Cup. Libya finds itself in Group D alongside teams such as Angola, Cape Verde, Cameroon, Eswatini, and Mauritius.

Micho, a 54-year-old Serbian, has an extensive coaching history, having previously worked with various clubs and national teams. His previous coaching experiences include SC Villa, Al Hilal in Sudan, St George in Ethiopia, Rwanda, Yugoslavia U-20, Orlando Pirates in South Africa, Zamalek in Egypt, and the Zambian national team.

He was relieved of his duties as the Cranes’ coach last month during his second tenure after the Ugandan national football team failed to secure qualification for the upcoming African Nations Cup.