Uganda’s head coach threatens legal action against football federation


Uganda’s football head coach Milutin Micho Sredojevic has threatened legal action against Uganda’s football federation, over a backlog of unpaid salaries.

Micho, who guided Uganda to first their first Africa Cup of Nations qualification, in nearly four decades, claims that the Uganda Football Federation owes him five months pay, amounting to 60,000 dollars, and bonuses.

The local football federation admitted to owing the Serbian, who had a contract extension last year.

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