Micho decides to sue Fufa over unpaid salaries


Uganda Cranes coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic has threatened to take legal action against his employers for refusing to pay his salaries for five months.


“Due to shameful lies about my duly earned & deserved unpaid salaries I’m forced to take swift legal action while continuing professional job,” the angry Micho tweeted this morning.

The coach who led Uganda Cranes to victory on Sunday and helped them qualify for African Cup of Nations 38 years after 1978, is now crying out to Federation of Uganda Football Association [FUFA] to pay his salaries.

“Economic insider has just presented me with bold facts since coming to Uganda for each dollar that Uganda has paid to me I have returned 150,” he tweeted on September 5, a day after Cranes beat Comoros.

On September 7, he further tweeted: “I know one country u steal Trillions from peoples roads & u eat big enjoying life or u make Millions happy & proud trough football &u eat nothing.”

Fufa remained silent on the matter.

Yesterday, he tweeted: “I distance myself with disgust from certain people using my situation making groups to collect money under my name with intention to cheat.”


Ugandans could not remain silent anymore; they took to social media with the hashtag #PayMicho which is now trending on Twitter.

This is not the first time the coach is complaining of not being paid his salary.

Fufa is still silent on the matter.

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