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FUFA President Eng. Magogo convenes with Uganda Cranes prior to Zimbabwe clash

TOTAL AFCON Egypt 2019 Finals (Group A):

Wednesday, 26th June 2019

Uganda Cranes Vs Zimbabwe Warriors

At Cairo International Stadium (7 PM in Egypt, 8 PM in Uganda)

*Live on 102.1 FUFA f.m

Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) President Eng. Moses Magogo convened with the Uganda Cranes team delegation of players and officials during a private meeting at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Cairo on Tuesday.

The main agenda of the meeting was to express solidarity with the technical team and players before the highly billed clash with Zimbabwe on Wednesday at the Cairo International Stadium.

FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo (middle) during the meeting. On his left is Executive committee member Hamid Juma and Patrick Ntege Kaweesa (national teams’ officer)

The FUFA President also used the meeting as a platform to further remind the players of the task in their midst as well as throw a token of thanks to the Government, sponsors, partners and the dear fans.

“To all the Ugandans, I say thank you very much for the love and appreciation. We have got messages from all kinds of people and this has been encouraging to us and the players. We know the match against Zimbabwe is like a cup final. I have spoken to the players and technical people on the team, they all understand the essence of this match. Whoever takes it has chances of progress and we shall give 100 percent. The morale is high and the mood lively” Eng. Moses Magogo

Uganda Cranes players and officials during the meeting on Tuesday night in Cairo

The president had also attended the last training session as the team went through the paces at the Arab Contractors’ Stadium on Tuesday evening.

The technical team has all the 23 players available in their midst and will select the best to start for the game against Zimbabwe.

Following the 2-0 win against DR Congo, Uganda Cranes currently leads group A with three points and two goals. Hosts Egypt have three points and one goal.

Zimbabwe is currently third and DR Congo is fourth.