- Former Orlando Pirates coach Micho Sredojevic has won a trophy for Zamalek
- Micho's victory comes less than a month after dropping the Bucs
- A photo of Micho holding the cup went viral on Mzansi social media and soccer fans' reactions were hilarious
Well, will you look at that - apparently, Micho Sredojevic is not allergic to winning trophies. Not even a month after he left the Bucs, Micho won a trophy for Zamalek.
On Monday, the former Orlando Pirates coach posted a snap of himself holding a trophy and biting down on a gold medal.
The Serbian football coach took to Twitter to gush about his victory and to low-key throw shade at his former club.
"Working in African football since 2001 this is my 16 major trophy in five different countries. It has special value and specific weight as it comes after some clouds of doubts elsewhere, Zamalek is existing 108 years and since 1922 (97 years), this is first cup won without goal conceded," he wrote on Twitter.
The former Bucs' coach's win sparked a massive reaction on social media and Mzansi football fans had a lot to say about his success at Zamalek.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported previously that Micho allegedly approached a local coach to join him at Zamalek.
He reportedly offered Riedoh Berdien a coaching gig at the Egyptian side.
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