Uganda Cranes’ coach Micho to sue FUFA in CAF court

The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) is in serious trouble than never before after the Uganda Cranes head coach ‘Micho’ Sredojevic’ threatening to drag them into the Confederations of Africa Football (CAF)courts of law for failing to pay his last three months’ salary.


FUFA has been cruising in a financial crisis since the end of last year to an extent of failing to facilitate some members among the 2016 Rio Uganda Olympics Team. This also forced the federation to delay the huge three months’ salary for the National Team coach approximating to UGX. 100 Million for (Shs. 33 Million per month).

Apparently via an official letter to the FUFA President ‘Eng. Moses Hassim Magogo’ that reached the FUFA house in Mengo yesterday evening, Micho has threatens to file this case against FUFA in the CAF if his along waited financial issues are not fully addressed before within a two weeks period having been more than patient and respective to the association for the past six months. As the war goes on between FUFA and the National Team head coach, what is your say regarding this matter after just one week of Micho’s historical contribution to the Uganda Cranes. Keep on-line for new updates in this story.

By Wyfy Gibogi and Denis