The 50-year-old Serbian coach has the titanic task to lead Zambia to 2021 AFCON and most dreamfully, the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Micho first expressed his disappointment over the lack of talent a nation as big as Zambia lacks: “I come from a country (Serbian) that has produced many top players in Europe yet we are only 7 million!” Micho began. “We are going to do this for the Zambian people, the President, and everybody!”
The former Uganda coach (very successfully), gathered support for troops to fight for a return to the African stage.
“Our new motto is never to give up. We shall work like suicide bombers-doing everything to ensure Chipolopolo returns to the Africa Cup and top of African football.”
Chipolopolo are currently bottom of their AFCON 2021 group with only one goal and seven conceded. The nemesis are Botswana, Zimbabwe and African champions Algeria.
“It’s very painful to watch the Africa Cup and Chipolopolo is not there,” Micho concluded.