After losing his coaching job at Zamalek few weeks ago, former Uganda Cranes head coach Milutin “Micho” Sredojevic have set his sights at coaching Zimbabwe national team.
Micho is currently jobless after his failed move to continental giants Zamalek of Egypt.
He moved to Zamalek after dropping his coaching job at Orlando Pirates in August before going on to last only four months in Giza.
According to Zimbabwean Publication The Herald, the Serbian Wolf is eager to coach the Warriors should ZIFA table an offer to agree terms with him.
“Micho has a deep passion of coaching African clubs and national teams,” the report says.
Meanwhile, according to Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) president Felton Kamambo, the search for Zimbabwe national team head coach is on.
“We want the best coach for the national team with whatever resources we have,’’ Kamambo said before adding.
“If we are well organized, we can attract a foreign coach and be able to pay him. We already have offers for the national team coach post, so we will look at the CVs of all the applicants, and engage those who would have impressed us.”
“Some coaches had already applied, so we will consider them together with fresh applications. The caretaker coach (Joey Antipas), whose contract expires at the end of this month, is at an advantage since his performance will be judged on the matches he has presided over,” he added.
The 50-year-old tactician is known for his vast experience in African football having coached several teams at the continent.