#1 Still searching for titles with BucsMicho Sredojevic is still looking for his first major piece of silverware with Orlando Pirates. He's currently in his second spell with the Sea Robbers. With Pirates set to take on Bidvest Wits this weekend, the Serbian mentor knows that he has to win if he is to stand any chance of winning this season's PSL title.
#2 Micho breaks his duck
When Sredojevic moved to Africa in 2002 to join Villa SC of Uganda, very few people knew anything about him. He silenced critics by winning three consecutive league titles between 2002 and 2004.
He also won the Ugandan Cup in 2002 as well as the Cecafa Clubs Cup in 2003.
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#3 More success for Sredojevic
Sredojevic then moved to Ethiopia to join Saint-George SA. There, he won four Ethiopian Premier League titles between 2005 and 2010.
He also won the Ethiopian Super Cup twice in 2005 and 2009.
#4 Success follows Micho to Sudan
The Serbian mentor signed for Al-Hilal Omdurman of Sudan, but he never spent too many seasons there.
However, success still followed him as he won two major titles - Sudan Premier League and Sudan Cup in 2010 and 2011 respectively.
#5 Sredojevic continues to break boundaries
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#6 Hunt wins his first major trophy
In 2004, Gavin Hunt lifted his first trophy as a professional coach when he guided Moroka Swallows to the Absa Cup glory.
At the time, Hunt had already earned the plaudits from many football fans around the country for his stellar job at Black Leopards and Seven Stars among other teams.
At the time he won his first trophy, Hunt was in his 10th year as a professional coach.
#7 Hunt wins three PSL titles
Hunt replaced Pitso Mosimane at SuperSport United in the mid-2000s, but it was between 2008 and 2010 when the Tshwane giants really sent a statement of intent to their rivals by winning three PSL titles during that period.
These were the first three PSL titles of his coaching career before he left for Bidvest Wits in 2013.
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#8 Hunt's last trophy at SuperSport United
In 2012, Hunt won his last trophy with SuperSport United when he guided them to the Nedbank Cup title before leaving the club for Bidvest Wits.
It was Hunt's fourth title as Matsatsantsa coach, and his fifth as a coach.
#9 Hunt equals Igesund's record
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#10 Wits continue upward trend under Hunt
It was this time, that more people began to respect Wits as a team, especially after suffering a lot in the previous years under different managers.