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The Zambia national team have appointed the Serbian former Zamalek manager Milutin ”Micho” Sredojevic as the new head coach of their national team.
After making his name as one of the top coaches in African international football with Uganda, Micho has struggled to find the same success since.
The quality shown with the Cranes led to him getting two of the top club jobs in African football, firstly with Orlando Pirates and then with Zamalek.
At the White Knights, Micho experienced a mixed bag of results as he did win the Egyptian Cup against Pyramids however the following season he was sacked after a poor run of form.
Now, after being shortlisted for the role a few weeks ago, Micho has been officially appointed as the manager of the Zambian national team.
The position had been vacant since the departure of Belgian Sven Vandenbroeck back in February 2019 after the surprise failure to reach the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations
For now Micho is tasked with negotiating the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualification in a tough group alongside reigning champions Algeria, local rivals Zimbabwe and an improving Botswana.
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