Sredojevic: I’m one call away from the next job

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Orlando Pirates coach Milutin Sredojevic
  • Post published:May 29, 2019

Orlando Pirates coach Milutin Sredojevic insists that he will continue to serve the Buccaneers in the best possible way after failing to claim any piece of silverware since his appointment.

The 49-year-old coach fell short of claiming his first piece of silverware as the Buccaneers coach, after guiding them to a second-place finish in the Absa Premiership during the 2018-19 campaign.

The Serbian mentor is currently heading into the final year of his contract with Pirates since signing a three-year deal with the Sea Robbers at the start of the 2017-18 season, but is yet to deliver any piece of silverware.

However, Sredojevic insists that he is solely focused on the club, and will continue to ‘serve the badge and jersey’ of Pirates.

‘Look, I don’t want to think about that. I need to tell you that since I have come, every single and hard working every single night sleepless. I have given service and I will still give service. Between you and me, I was in problem in 2001 when I came to Africa, and now my name is a brand name on the continent, and I have served Pirates in the best possible way. The moment I go, I am just one telephone call away from the next job, in the national team of South Africa and big teams on the continent,’ Sredojevic.

‘I am a soldier and servant of Orlando Pirates and I only focus on Orlando Pirates. Contract, this and that…I do not at all think about that. I just want to serve the badge and jersey.’