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Observe discipline-FUFA tells fans ahead of Angola clash

Iceland based Tonny Mawejje scored against Liberia last weekend and he is a likely starter against Angola.

The Angola National football team arrived in the country on Thursday with 32 officials and players on board. Seven other officials will be in the city this Friday evening.

According to the chairman of the Local Organizing Committee Dr. Patrick Ogwel, a total of 300 fans are expected into the country between Friday and Saturday morning to cheer up the guests against the Uganda Cranes.

As a FIFA/CAF requirement, Angola will take charge of their stay in Kampala. Match tickets are still on market and fans are advised to avoid last minute purchases. Further note that there will be no sell of tickets at the stadium on the match day (Saturday 15th June 2013). Fans are warned against acts of hooliganism, excessive alcoholism, abusive language and reckless driving during the match day.

More security personnel (compared to the Liberia game) will be deployed on Saturday to ensure a successful end of the game. The LOC finalized all the security preparations yesterday in a meeting attended by several security officers and operatives.

During the match, fans are further requested to avoid throwing water bottles or any other materials onto the pitch as this may result into a FIFA ban.

Acts of abusing political guests in the stadium should be avoided as well. Football is a unifying game regardless of our religion, political affiliation or tribes.

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