- Micho Sredojevic reportedly lied to the Orlando Pirates before quitting
- Sredojevic resigned over "personal reasons" but it now appears he quit to take a job in Egypt
- However, the Bucs decided it was best to move on
On Friday, Micho Sredojevic quit as the head coach of the Orlando Pirates. He reportedly told the Sowetan club that he was leaving because of personal matters.
However, it has since been revealed that Sredojevic might have misled the Bucs before stepping down.
On Monday, Orlando Pirates administrator Floyd Mbele said that is was no use crying over spilled milk.
Mbele told the Sowetan that Sredojevic told them his reasons and they accepted what they were. However, they now have to move on because it won't help speculating his true intentions.
If Sredojevic had in fact misled the team with his reasons, the Pirates could take legal action. However, they have decided against it.
"The fact is, he came to say he's resigning for personal reasons, anything else is not important to us," Mbele said.
Briefly.co.za reported on Monday that 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.
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