Head coach of Uganda’s senior National team Milutin Sredojevic has sent a strong warning to the Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) asking them to hurriedly pay him all salaries plus bonuses owed him or risk losing him.
The Cranes will soon commence preparations for the 2018 World Cup qualifier match against Egypt on 31st of August at the Mandela National Stadium in Kampala before travelling to Egypt six days later to face the Pharaohs at Borg El Arab stadium, Alexandria on the 5th of September.
According to the Serbian trainer, FUFA has not paid him for the past five months including all bonuses due him, describing the conducts of FUFA as ‘unprofessional and ill-treatment’.
‘Micho’ has therefore threatened his employers he would quit his job. He says ‘’If they pay me I will stay but if they don’t I will go’’
Speaking in an exclusively interview with SportsworldGhana.com, the passionate trainer stated ‘’until they pay me I won’t change my mind to vacate my post as head Coach of the Cranes of Uganda’’.
He continued ‘’I am currently waiting for the outcome of the talks between my agent and FUFA then I will know what to do next and where to go but seriously if they don’t pay me my money I won’t stay’’
The Cranes are second place in Group E of the Russia 2018 World Cup Qualifier with four points having recorded a win against Congo and a tie against Ghana.