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Micho interested in Zimbabwean project, promises World Cup success

By Shafic Kiyaga
Former Uganda Cranes head coach is a candidate for the vacant coaching role of the Zimbabwean national team | Photo by Lefty Shivambu/Gallo Images

Former Uganda Cranes Head Coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic has shown a keen interest in the vacant head coach role of the Zimbabwean national team and says he can implement a system that will see Zimbabwe qualify for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

Micho is among the several candidates for the coaching role that fell vacant after veteran coach Sunday Chidzambwa quit the role after Zimbabwe’s disastrous African Cup of Nations tournament in Egypt.

“I am interested in the project, not just the job,” Micho told South Africa’s Daily Sun during an interview at the on-going Club World Cup in Qatar.

Micho is currently unemployed after he was sacked at Egyptian giants Zamalek a fortnight ago, following a run of poor results.

But circumstances at his last role are not holding back the self-proclaimed ‘Serbian Wolf’, who has for long shown adoration for Zimbabwean football.

In 2019, he made history by helping the Uganda Cranes qualify for the AFCON finals for the first time in 39 years, and he is confident that he can achieve the same set of success if given a chance with Zimbabwe.

“If I go there, I will come out with the system and strategy that will ensure abundance in talent and quality Zimbabwe can turn into performance and results to take them to Africa Cup of Nations 2021 and World Cup 2022,” he asserted.

The Warriors of Zimbabwe have never qualified for the world’s biggest showpiece. The closest they have come was for the 1994 world cup in USA.

They topped their preliminary group that included giants Egypt, qualifying for the final group phase where they were placed alongside the indomitable lions of Cameroon who had become the first African nation to reach the quarter-finals in 1990 and Guinea.  

However, after a hard-fought campaign, they fell 3-1 to Cameroon in the final game, where they needed a win to seal qualification.

The Warriors kicked off their 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign under interim head coach Joey Antipas whose contract is due to expire next month.

They scrapped past minnows Somalia, after falling to a shock 1-0 defeat in Djibouti, before overturning the tie to progress with a 3-1 victory at the National Sports Stadium.

They now await their opponents in the next phase of the qualifiers when the draw for the preliminary groups is conducted in January 2020 in Egypt.

Zimbabwe is returning to the World Cup after missing the 2018 edition due to a FIFA ban over the delays by ZIFA to resolve a longstanding payment dispute with Brazilian coach Valinhos.

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