- Milutin 'Micho' Sredojević has been sacked as the coach for Zamalek SC
- News of his firing came shortly after it was revealed the club's president made a decision about his fate
- Micho was the Egyptian club's coach for only 137 days
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Zamalek SC has sacked Milutin 'Micho' Sredojević after only 137. The former Pirates coach have failed to deliver during his short stint at the Egyptian team.
The team's poor performance under Micho's guidance led to Zamalek SC fans calling for his head. Briefly.co.za reported on Monday that the club's president, Mortada Mansour, made up his mind on Micho's future.
At the time, Mansour said he is set to meet with Micho to discuss "personal issues" before announcing the decision.
Micho was the team's coach for only 137 days before he was sacked, KickOff reported.
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His firing has since been shared online and soccer fans, Orlando Pirates supporters in particular, were not shy about sharing their views online.
Twitter user, @ilebitsa8, commented:
"What goes around comes around, that's life for you."
Thimothy Mametja, who goes by the Twitter handle @DoctorMametja, added:
"You will never hide from karma, it will always find your location. He got sacked very quick in a hurry shame."
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