Former Orlando Pirates coach Milutin Micho Sredojevic has confirmed that he will soon be returning to South Africa.
The 50-year-old coach recently made headlines after he vacated his head coach role at Egyptian giants Zamalek after just 137 days.
The Serbian took charge of the Egyptian side in August, days after surprisingly resigning from his post at the Soweto giants.
His sacking comes after a difficult few months at Zamalek, having won seven games, playing to one stalemate and conceding four defeats in 12 games, while winning the Egyptian Cup in September.
Patrice Carteron will take over the helm from Sredojevic and becomes their 15th coach since 2014.
However, Sredojevic has since confirmed that he will be returning to South Africa following his short stint in Egypt.
‘I had a discussion with president Mortada Mansour and we have been able to end the relationship on an amicable note,’ Sredojevic told BBC World Football.
‘I did not want to end my relationship in a bad way, because I respect this club and the people here.
‘When I leave Egypt in a few days, after tidying up final issues, I will be heading to South Africa, to handle some issues there.’
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