Micho Reveals His Pirates Regret
Former Orlando Pirates coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic has opened up his main regret during his time with the Buccaneers.
The Serbian coach has spent almost four years at Pirates, with his first stint in 2006 before returning in 2017 to lead the team until August 2019.
However, he couldn’t lift any silverware during his time at Orlando Stadium and now revealed that this is something he is regretting.
“Look, everything was the way God wanted,” he said on PSL Now.
“Thinker of destiny is playing its role and whatever has happened I would in any way like to say maybe, if I could return, maybe something different we would do to win a trophy with Orlando Pirates.
“However, I’m happy the team recovered after many years, they won MTN Super Eight last year and I wish the team sincerely all the best.”
Sredojevic, was also thankful to the Buccaneers and the South African football fraternity for the love and support he was shown in the country.
“Also to South Africa football fraternity I would like to say I’m away from you, but I’m feeling I have not just coached your players being friends with your football administrators or the football fraternity supporters,” he said.
“Whatsoever I have really day by day, 1000 days I have spent in first and second stints, I have not just coached and worked with you, I have really loved you and I still love you, wishing you sincerely all the best wherever you are in whatever you do.”
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