AFCON 2015 Qualifier (2nd leg), second round
31st May 2014:
Uganda Vs Madagascar at Namboole Stadium, 4:00 P.M
Open Stands: 20, 000/=
VIP: 50, 000/=
The Minister of state for sports Hon Charles Bakkabulindi paid the Uganda Cranes an official visit today just before the players got down to rigorous drills at Mandela National stadium, Namboole in preparation for the weekend game against Madagascar.
Bakkabulindi was received by the FUFA President Engineer Moses Magogo as the players continued with the tune up to the 2015 AFCON return leg second round qualifier with Magagascar on 31st May, 2014 at Namboole.
Bakkabulindi gave the Cranes Ten million shillings (Shs 10M) which was received by senior player Denis Onyango. ‘It is a small token which we want you to share before the game on Saturday. Let’s hope this will motivate you’ said Bakkabulindi who was flanked by National council of sports officials –General Secretary Jasper Aligawesa, Chairman Bosco Onyiki and his personal assistant Fred Kateregga.
The FUF President assured the minister that the team is capable of overturning the 2-1 deficit and book a place in the next round. ‘We have the capability and means to beat our opponents on Saturday; said Magogo.
The head coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevich revealed that he is happy with the attitude and commitment shown by his players in camp. ‘Every player present here is ready to play against Madagascar. They are motivated and will deliver come the weekend’ said Micho. The match tickets are already on market.
The ticket selling Points:
Airtel Shops: Bugolobi, Lugogo game and Shoprite Ben Kiwanuka
Shell – Capital Kampala road Malindi Kibuye, Bugolobi
Total – Bweyogerere, Kireka, City Centre, Nakivubo and Bwaise
Kobil – Ndeeba, Kasubi, Kawempe;
City Oil – Bombo Road, Martin Road, Namirembe Road, Kamwokya, Nakawa; Gapco Ben Kiwanuka Street
Hardware World Ntinda
City Shoppers Mukono
Photo: Minister of state for sports Hon Charles Bakkabulindi (red tie) handing over the Shs 10M cash to Cranes keeper Denis Onyango. Looking on in a suit is FUFA President Moses Magogo.
All Photos by FUFA Communications department