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Kalungi ruled out of Sudan clash

Cranes’ team Doctor, Kisolo Ronald has confirmed that Henry Kalungi will be ruled out of today’s clash against Sudan in the ongoing LG Cup in Marrakesh City, Morocco.

Coach Bobby Williamson will be targeting both the trophy and cash when his side takes on Sudan in today's last game

The Proline FC star player limped off the pitch in the 64 minute of the opening match against hosts, Morocco on Friday night. He was replaced by Tonny Mawejje who maintained a good command of the position till the last whistle. Coach Bobby Williamson is likely to have no big changes from his starting line up . Sudan is the only country within the Cecafa region that qualified for the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations finals slated for early January in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.

Kalungi was playing his first game in the national colours with the senior team and sources allege that the injury may keep him out of action for two weeks. Uganda edged Morocco 1-0 to stand second on the table of the four nations with 4 points. Cameroon who beat Sudan 3-1 are topping the group with six points, Sudan has one point while the hosts trail with no point so far.

The organizer award three points for every win, one point for a draw and one point for each goal scored.If Uganda beats Sudan and Morocco settles for a draw with Cameroon or Morocco wins, then Uganda will be the automatic winners of the U$ 60.000 prize money for the first place. The crowning and award ceremony will be this Sunday shortly after the last game.



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