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Micho happy finally gets work permit

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Chipolopolo Coach Milutin Sredojevic Micho has finally been availed with his work permit and has expressed gratitude to have been given the permit.

Micho, who has been in the country for over four months, said the permit will allow him work with ease adding that his goal is to make sure the national team becomes the center of healing after the COVID-19 period.

Micho once threatened to quit his position as head coach of the Chipolopolo over the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) to give him a full-time contract.

The former Rwanda and Ugandan coach was unveiled as Zambia’s new head coach in February 2020 but ever since he is yet to put pen to paper on a formal contract meaning he’s been offering his services to the Chipolopolo without a contract.

Meanwhile, Micho a three weeks camp will be set for players summoned to the national team once football activities resume. Saying the three weeks camp will be in phases to enable the players recover on lost group training time due to the Covid-19.

Micho pointed out that while football is on recess players are taking individual training seriously which is good a sign.

Despite the suspension of football activities worldwide in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, the Chipolopolo coach has been busy behind the scenes working with the players through distance coaching.


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