Zambia head coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic claims his former employers Orlando Pirates are treating foreign players differently.
The Serbian mentor blasted his former club for what he describes as “injustice” for Chipolopolo duo Justin Shonga and Augustine Mulenga in the Buccaneers camp.
“During my two years at Orlando Pirates, Shonga and Mulenga were pillars of the team as we fought for the league,” ‘Micho’ said, as per Soccer24.
The Zambia international forward’s have struggled for game time since the Serbian departed and he has since shared his thoughts.
“The moment I left everything turned upside down, and I can assure that you can blame the players 99%, but there is only 1% of the aspect on how the team is set-up and unbelievable injustice towards players like Shonga and Mulenga.”
Meanwhile, reigning footballer of the season Thembinkosi Lorch and Shonga were recently suspended by the club for breaking the protocols of bio-bubble.
However, Lorch suspension has been uplifted by the club and he was back in action it the 1-1 draw against Baroka in midweek while Shonga remains suspended.