Cape Town - Orlando Pirates coach Milutin 'Micho'
Sredojevic says he and assistant mentor Rulani Mokwena work closely in a
partnership that has paid dividends for the club.
The pair have combined superbly in 2017/18 to transform the side's
fortunes with a second place position in the Premiership the end
Mokwena was appointed to assist Sredojevic after previously spending time under Pitso Mosimane at Mamelodi Sundowns.
Nonetheless, both men have contributed to a fine campaign for the Sea
Robbers, and 'Micho' explained why and how they went about their
He told reporters: "First thing, arriving here and giving the task
from the chairman to us, with coach Rulani we decided (to) let us go
hand in hand (and) work as a unit with the rest of the technical team
and show what power of coaching could do.
"We are going into the deepest possible details in our corrections,
we are talking to the players, they are eager, motivated to improve
themselves, individual improvement is improving partnership, partnership
improvement is improving (the) department.
"Departments (are) improving the team and this is how we move. Every
single individual is very important to us and we have seen, so many
aspects of improvement.
"However, are still very far in what is supposed to be and I would
have (said) we had 3 elements of I want to call it, strategic targets,
built up identity in order to be and I believe that we have succeeded to
be a team with the (most) ball possession in the league and this is
something we are proud of, this is a step forward."