- Former Orlando Pirates coach Micho Sredojevic resigned on Friday and is reportedly joining Egyptian side, Zamalek
- Sredojevic previously rubbished reports which linked him to a move to Egypt
- The coach has reportedly travelled to 4 different countries within 72 hours with his final stop in Cairo
Former Orlando Pirates coach Micho Sredojevic previously rubbished reports which linked him to a move to Zamalek in Egypt.
Sredojevic tendered his resignation on Friday night and has since been spotted in Cairo, Egypt.
It is believed that the coach travelled to four different countries within 72 hours as he initially travelled to Serbia to visit his ailing mother, who was diagnosed with breast cancer.
This all follows a SowetanLIVE report, but the 49-year-old is yet to confirm the claims.
Although Sredojevic labelled reports of a switch as nonsense, Zamalek boss Mortada Mansour confirmed that he was indeed appointed as the new head coach.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that the sudden resignation of Sredojevic was due to a ‘sexual offence.
Sunday World earlier reported that the former Bucs mentor faces charges of indecent exposure.
A case was opened, but Sredojevic has strongly denied the claims and has threatened to take legal action.
Amidst the news of Sredojevic's departure, Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has heaped praise on the Serb and described him as a humble and professional person.
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