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FUFA President Eng. Magogo and Honorary President watch Uganda Cranes training, 5 players boost camp

Uganda Cranes upcoming matches:

  • International friendly: Uganda Vs Kenya – Tuesday 30thAugust 2016 (4 p.m)
  • AFCON 2017 Qualifier:Uganda Vs Comoros – Sunday 4th September 2016 (5 p.m)
  • Charges: 25,000/- (Ordinary), VIP (60,000/- Blue seats) and 150,000/- (VVIP- Orange seats)

*Both Matches at Nelson Mandela National Stadium, Namboole

The FUFA President together with Honorary President Lawrence Mulindwa watched the Monday evening training at Islamic University In Uganda Female Campus in Kabojja.

The Presidents were in company of several FUFA Officials – Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Edgar Watson Suubi, Executive Members Samuel Mpiima and Rogers Byamukama , Chairman Technical Committee Hamid Juma and the FUFA Spokesperson Ahmed Hussein together with Joseph Mwanje.

L-R: FUFA Executive committee member Samuel Mpiima, FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo smile with FUFA Honorary President Lawrence Mulindwa after watching the Uganda Cranes training on Monday evening at Kabojja

The FUFA President couldn’t hide his excitement for spirit exhibited by the Honorary President while paying a courtesy to the team.

“This mission was started ten years ago while Lawrence Mulindwa was the president” Said Eng. Magogo.

Milutin Sredejovic demonstrates during the Uganda Cranes training session at Kabojja

Later the Honorary President Lawrence Mulindwa was granted an opportunity to speak to the players and thanked the current federation for the wonderful efforts towards this campaign .

“It is not easy to assemble and prepare a team therefore I thank the federation for the wonderful job done.” Said Mulindwa.

He also asked the players to utilize this opportunity because qualifying for AFCON means a lot to them and Uganda at large.

Uganda Cranes players and officials in a prayer session before the start of training on Monday evening
Onduparaka captain Muhammed Shaban (with the ball) is one of the locally based players in the Uganda Cranes.
Onduparaka captain Muhammed Shaban (with the ball) is one of the locally based players on the team that is camping at Serene Suits, Mutundwe

At the same session, four foreign based players joined the rest for the first time in training.

These included Hassan Wasswa Mawanda, Yunus Sentamu, Murushid Juuko, Erisa Sekisambu  and Godfrey Walusimbi.

Uganda Cranes players greeting each other before the start of training on Monday


Uganda Cranes plays Kenya Harambee Stars on Tuesday at Nelson Mandela National Stadium in an international build up match preparing for the players ahead of the Comoros game on Sunday, 4th September 2016.

Uganda Cranes Players  in camp:

Ismail Watega, Benjamin Ochan, Salim Jamal (Goalkeepers), Geoffrey Massa, Khalid Aucho, Muhammed Shaban, Rashid Toha, Nicholas Wadada, Joseph Nsubuga, Joseph Ochaya,Halid Lwaliwa, Abdulmalick Vitalis Tabu, Kezironi Kizito, Edrisa Lubega Torres, Ivan Ntege,Timothy Awanyi, Vincent Kayizzi, Goeffrey Serumkuma, Isaac Isinde, Hassan Wasswa Mawanda, Yunus Sentamu, Juuko Murushid, Erisa Sekisambu  and Godfrey Walusimbi

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