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Love seekers overwhelm Villa’s Micho

By Vision Reporter

Added 28th March 2002 03:00 AM

BARELY a month after he came to Uganda, SC Villa coach Micho Sredojevich has found out that he has more problems than just his blind strikers who don’t seem to know where the goal posts are.

BARELY a month after he came to Uganda, SC Villa coach Micho Sredojevich has found out that he has more problems than just his blind strikers who don’t seem to know where the goal posts are.

BY JOSEPH BATTE BARELY a month after he came to Uganda, SC Villa coach Micho Sredojevich has found out that he has more problems than just his blind strikers who don’t seem to know where the goal posts are. After displaying ‘sexy’ football against the El Merriekh of Sudan, the youthful coach got over 20 calls from Ugandan women all offering their hearts and a life of blissful love. “I was surprised to get the calls, but the women should know that I’m a happily married man with a family back in Europe. My only love here in Uganda is football,” the Yugoslav told The New Vision sports desk in a lively chat Tuesday. The coach also noted that Uganda is naturally endowed with plenty of soccer talent which, with good planning, would see it become a top football nation. Asked what he would do to rectify the striking department, he said he would take the strikers through all the stages of striking, from shooting to wall passing. “But the most important aspect the strikers should learn is to play for each other and not be selfish,” he said. ends

Love seekers overwhelm Villa’s Micho

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