I want to coach Ghana - Sredojevic
Milutin Sredojevic, the current coach of Uganda, has admitted that he wants to manage Ghana’s Black Stars in the future.
The Serbian masterminded Uganda’s goalless draw away to the Black Stars last Friday in their opening Group E qualifier for the 2018 World Cup.
He also took the Cranes to qualification for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations, ending a near four-decade absence from the continental finals.
The 47-year-old, who has also worked under former Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac, is hopeful of following in his compatriot’s footsteps to manage the Black Stars.
Ghana currently have Israeli Avram Grant in charge, though the former Chelsea boss is coming under increasing pressure after recent indifferent results.
“I don’t want to talk about this but as every coach in Africa I hope to coach the Black Stars team one day, if not I want to become one of the highest coaches in Africa,” said ‘Micho’.
Aside from his tenure with Uganda, Sredojevic’s CV also includes spells with Orlando Pirates (South Africa), Young Africans (Tanzania), Al Hilal Omdurman (Sudan) and St George (Ethiopia).