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CHAN 2020 Qualifiers: Uganda Cranes Intensifies Training In Preparation for Somalia

CHAN 2020 Qualifier:
27th July 2019 (1st leg)
Somalia Vs Uganda in Djibouti  at Al Haji Hussein Guled Stadium, 6pm 

3rd August 2019 (2nd leg)
Uganda Vs Somalia at StarTimes Stadium, Lugogo 4pm. 

Uganda Cranes of local-based players playing in the FUFA competitions intensified training in preparation for the CHAN clash against Somalia on 27th July in Djibouti (1st leg) and 3rd August (2nd leg) in Kampala.

Shafiq Kagimu takes charge of the ball at Lugogo

The team conducted double training sessions on Tuesday at the StarTimes Stadium Lugogo under the guidance of interim coach Abdallah Mubiru assisted by Livingstone Mbabazi.

23 players took part in the training that involved ball work and endurance as they also prepared for the Regional tour of Kitara this Saturday in Hoima at Boma Ground.

Team talk after a training session at Lugogo

‘We are trying to work on the fitness and ball work before playing our first leg.  All players are giving their and very focused.
My target is to bring the best out of them’ said interim coach Mubiru

Abdallah Mubiru while speaking to the media

The team will conduct another double training session on Wednesday and Thursday before traveling to Hoima on Friday morning.

Special Image for the regional tour

‘We want to qualify for the final tournament in Cameroon. Our motivation is high and ready to give out 100%.’ said Uganda Cranes midfielder Tadeo Lwanga

Uganda Cranes Players that attended training on Tuesday at StarTimes Stadium Lugogo.

James Alitho, Joel Mutakubya, Yasin Mugabi, Saidi Keni (Goalkeepers), Mbowa Patrick, Timothy Awany, Mustafa Mujuzi, Paul Willa, Disan Galiwango, Tom Masiko, Tadeo Lwanga, Allan Kayiwa, Allan Kyambadde, Patrick Kaddu, Nelson Senkatuka, Daniel Serunkuma, John Revita, Johnson Odong, David Owori, Shafic Kagimu, Yusuf Ssozi, Ashraf Mandela and Andrew Kigozi

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