File- Micho CAIRO -- 5 August 2019: Zamalek Serbian manager, Milutin
Sredojevic known as Micho, revealed on Wednesday that he had received an offer from Al-Ahly but he decided at the end to accept an offer from Al-Ahly rivals, Zamalek.
For its rival Zamalek, the White Knight contracted the Serbian coach Milutin
Sredojeviyc, simply known as Micho, for one season with a salary of $70,000 per month and $30,000 for his three aides.
Despite not having won any of their ten away European games so far, the Montenegrins are brimming with confidence, with their striker Milutin
Osmajic saying: "We have worked hard this week and even though Apoel are a strong team we shall put the disappointment of the first leg result behind us and try to return to Montenegro with the qualification".
That allowed Sun to defend his title with Japan's Katsuhiro Matsumoto taking silver and Scott given the same time of 1:45.63 as Russia's Martin Milutin
"Jouer contre l'Esperance tenant du titre est une nouvelle bonne occasion pour montrer notre niveau qui ne cesse de progresser a la hauteur des moyens qui sont mis a notre disposition a indique de son cote l'entraineur d'Orlando Pirates le serbe Patrice Milutin
Um exemplo dessa perspectiva e a teoria proposta pelo matematico servio Milutin
Milankovitch nos anos 1920, com o objetivo de explicar como alteracoes nos parametros orbitais teriam causado avancos e recuos das calotas polares.
Maria Nieves de Larracoechea, Captain James Bruce MacQuarrie (pilot), Lilibeth Tobila McAlolooy, Mary Geraldine Murphy, Jocelyn Reina, Myra Josephine Royal, Irja Synnove Skabo, Milutin
Velimirovich and Raymond Ronald Wagner.
He stated that the Prosecutor's Office of BiH failed to prove that Oric and Muhic had killed prisoners of war: Slobodan Ilic, Mitar Savic and Milutin
She said Serbia had pledged itself to meet the 2030 Agenda goals by signing all conventions related to environmental protection, but also by "creating the great scientist Milutin
Milankovic, who left his mark on climatology." She underscored that a lot of money was set aside in Europe to build a sustainable and comfortable life system.
Milankovitch, a Serbian mechanical engineer with no background in celestial mechanics, spent 20 years calculating, with pencil and slide rule, shifts in the earth's orbit that likely explain ice ages.
The theories of Milutin
Milankovitch have long been used to describe Earth's periodic shifts between ice ages and warm periods, with the explanation focusing on Earth's long-term orbital oscillations and their influence on the amount of solar radiation reaching the Arctic in summertime.
These are known as Milankovitch Cycles, named after Serbian astronomer, geophysicist, and mathematician Milutin