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Uganda Cranes Coach Micho Speaks About His Sex-Assault Case, Vows to Appeal Against The Ruling

Uganda Cranes National Team Coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic has come out to strongly contest a court ruling which was passed against him on Tuesday, reasserting his innocence and insisting he intends to appeal against the sentence.

Micho was on Tuesday convicted on two counts of sexual assault in South Africa and sentenced to two separate three years jail terms both of which have been suspended for five years.

There were also unconfirmed reports making rounds on social media circles claiming the Uganda Cranes coach was arrested in South Africa after the trial.

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However, Micho had come out in a detailed statement to dismiss such reports and to call upon all to treat the reports with the contempt they deserve.

Micho is said to have assaulted a South African 39 year old woman on 7th Dec 2020 during his time as Coach for Zambia National team when he was in South Africa to watch the regional COSAFA under-20 championship.

The Serbian tactician who denies the charges to this day reveals he will appeal against the ruling and has claimed he is being framed.

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“I issue this statement to categorically dispell and dismiss the mischievous repoets alleging my arrest in South Africa. These reports are premised on a well orchestrated plot of some devious and malicious faceless people hell-bent at tarnishing my name and using all means to set me up and cause humiliation to my image,” the statement reads in part.

 Micho still reiterates he is innocent, saying his love for Africa will not be shaken by this incident.

“Let it be known factually that upon my appearance in court for a case that was brought by means of character assasination to my name, I subjected myself to the South Africa Justice System solely because I am a law abiding person who fully cooperated with authorities from the very beginning even while I knew that I was being simply a target. I knew then that I was innocent on the allegations whose intention was to cast judgment upon my character and I reiterate my innocence even today,” The statement reads further.

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Below is Micho’s detailed statement: