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TANZANIA VS UGANDA: Cranes Trains At Amaan Stadium


Tanzania Vs Uganda – Amaan Stadium, Zanzibar

20th June 2014 – 8 p.m

Live on 102.1 FUFA f.m, The Football Radio

The Uganda Cranes team trained at the Amman Stadium on Friday evening (at 8 p.m) under floodlights.

The team managed to go through light recovery training at the match day venue as mandated by the CAF rules and regulations.

While having the training session coach Micho stressed on scoring opportunities, attacking and defending in numbers, space awareness and agility of players.

Micho feels an way goal will be of vital value to determine the fate of the two legged tie.

Uganda Cranes Goal Keeping coach, Fred Kajoba (right) in a talk session with the two goalies, Brian Bwete (middle) and James Alitho at Amman Stadium


All the players completed the session pretty well and Ugandans should expectant of good results on Saturday.


Meanwhile, CAF confirmed Federation of International Football Associations (FIFA) referees from Rwanda to handle Saturday’s  first leg of the Championship of African Nations (CHAN) first leg at the Amman Stadium.

Uganda Cranes team captain, Hassan Wasswa Mawanda eloquently addresses the media after the Friday training session


The officials, Hudu Munyeme (center referee), Ambroise Hakizimana (first assistant), Justin Karangwa (second assistant) and Issa Kagabo (fourth official) all from Rwanda are already in Zanzibar.

Defender, Shafik Bakaki arrives with the rest of his teammates at Dream Hotel, Zanzibar.


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Dream Hotel Exterior View where the team is accomodated

In the other related development, the Azam Uganda Premier League Most valuable player of season 2014/15 Farouk Miya believes the team is ready to  win in Zanzibar.

We are not here for adventure. We have come to win and make it easy for us in the second leg.

Miya said

Winner between Tanzania and Uganda will play against Sudan in the next stage.

The match will be aired live on 102.1 FUFA fm by Omulangira Hassan Kirunda.

Nicholas Musonye from Kenya will be the match commissioner.

First Leg Referees (20th June 2015):

Center Referee: Hudu Munyeme (Rwanda)

1st Assistant Referee: Ambroise Hakizimana (Rwanda)

2nd Assistant Referee: Justin Karangwa (Rwanda)

4th Official: Issa Kagabo (Rwanda)

Match Commissioner: Nicholas Musonye

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