7 December 2012

Rwanda: Micho Evades Talk On Future

AMAVUBI Stars head coach Milutin 'Micho' Sredojevic (above) has refused to answer questions regarding his future with the team after Rwanda suffered a quarter final exit from the on-going Cecafa Tusker Challenge Cup in Kampala.

The Serb told Times Sport after Amavubi elimination at the hands of Tanzania that he would not want to comment on his future but believes he has done his best.

"I don't want to comment on this question. People are there to judge but I believe the players we had did what they could. We used the available resources to reach where we have reached.

"So people will judge but I believe we did the best because we are building a team for the future," Micho told Times Sport.

Ever since Micho took over from Ghanian Sellas Tetteh in early November last year, he has guided Amavubi to nine wins, five draws and six losses in different competition including Cecafa Challenge Cup (2011 and 2012), 2014 World Cup qualifiers, 2013 Africa Nations' Cup qualifiers as well as international friendly matches.

After Cecafa Challenge Cup disappointment, the former St. George coach is shifting his focus on the upcoming friendly match against Angola in bid to continue preparing the team for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers as well as the CHAN qualifiers - all due in March and June next year.

Amavubi lock horns with Palancas Negras on December 22 in Lubango City.

Cecafa Tusker Cup


Zanzibar 2-2 Kenya

Kenya won 4-2 (penalties).

Tanzania 0 -3 Uganda

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