'FOR THE SECOND time around', I remember the song but the artist's name beats me.
Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic is back at Orlando Pirates, for the second time around.
According to him he got a call that was “hard to resist” much to the laughter of members of the press at a briefing on Thursday, to announce signature ink at the troubled club.
Sredojevic was presented to the media as the replacement to Kjell Jonevret‚ who resigned on Wednesday‚ by Pirates’ chairman Irvin Khoza.
“I got a call that was hard to resist‚” Sredojevic said in his opening statement.
“A call from my father. Irvin Khoza is a hard man to resist.”
The Serbian‚ also strongly linked to Egyptian giants Zamalek‚ returns for a second stint at Pirates having also coached Bucs for seven months in 2006.
Will he return the favour to Khoza by bringing back the glory days at the out of sort and (un)Happy-People as Bucs are known, remains to be seen?
Fans aired their different views on the return of a Serbian and also recommended management change as well.