The U20 WNT (Queen Cranes) will get back into action tomorrow at 4 PM in a game that will be played at the FUFA Technical Centre, Njeru. This will be the return leg of the second round of the 2024 FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup Qualifiers – Colombia.
Uganda is coming into this game with an advantage of 6-0 goals, which they scored last weekend at Campo da ABB Stadium in Mozambique.
During a press conference held on Thursday morning, the Queen Cranes’ head coach, Ayub Kalifah Kiyingi, informed the press that as a technical team, they have managed to remind the girls of how to manage success and score whenever they get a chance because their objective is still to take this team to the 2024 FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup.
Ayub Kalifah Kiyingi adds that he will make some changes in his starting lineup tomorrow because, despite the six goals, he has to manage them and score more goals. He believes that they need a more serious game tomorrow because he believes the other team has also prepared to face them.
Hadijah Nandago, the Queen Cranes’ captain, has urged all Ugandans to rally behind the team because the mood is high in the camp, and they’re promising to give Ugandans a good football game tomorrow.