Zambia national team coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic has offered Forest Rangers FC tip on what it takes to succeed in the Caf Champions League.
Rangers have confirmed in a statement that the Chipolopolo coach visited the team’s camp to offer some pieces of advice to the players and coaches.
“Coach Micho yesterday met with Forest Rangers technical bench to offer his expertise on playing games across borders, ahead our first CAF Champions League game,” Rangers tweeted.
Micho has vast experience in coaching clubs such as St George (Ethiopia), Orlando Pirates (South Africa), Al Hilal (Sudan), Zamalek (Egypt), SC Villa (Uganda) and Yanga in Tanzania.
The Serbian has also managed national teams such as Uganda and now Zambia.
Rangers will start their Caf League campaign against AS Boungudi of Gabon while Zambia champions Nkana face Bantu of Lesotho.
The preliminary round games will take place between November 27 and December 6 2020.