Skip to main content

Uganda U-17 ready for trip to Seychelles

U-17 African Qualifier (1st leg)

Sat, 14th June 2014

Seychelles Vs Uganda In Victoria (4:30pm in Seychelles, 3.30 pm in Uganda)

Uganda national Under 17 team , the Cubs have today conducted their last training session at Nakivubo Stadium.

The team head coach sounded confident upon completion of the training session that included ball work drills, and a small sided game of about 30 minutes. “We are ready for the mission.

These players are not at any pressure to deliver but i have the hope they will do excellent work”, Matia Lule told All the 21 players in the camp attended the one hour session.

The traveling team to be captained by Andrew Okiring has been trimmed to 18. They are set to depart for Seychelles aboard KQ Airlines in the early hours of Thursday morning (5 a.m).

Uganda will play Seychelles on Saturday, 14th June 2014 with the return leg expected in a fortnight at Nakivubo Stadium.

The traveling team:

Goal keepers: Eric Kibowa (Buddo s.s) – S.3 and Edward Kasibante (Bukalagi High School) – S.4

Defenders: Alex Komakech (St Juliana) – S.4 MVP 2013 Copa Coca in Kabale, Andrew Okiring (Carlisle in USA) – S.5, Charles Sebutinde (St Edward’s Bukumi) – S.5, Bashir Asiku (Risah Standard Academy – Lugazi Branch) – S.2, Samuel Kato Nemeyumana (Buddo) – S.2

Midfielders: Julius Poloto (Kasawo s.s)- S.3, Joel Jangeyambe (St Juliana) – S.2, Stephen Bongomin (St Joseph’s Layibi) – S.2, Badru Nsubuga (St Janan Lumu) – S.3, Eric Cwinyi Oting (St Juliana) – S.1, Frank Tumwesigye (Kakungulu Memorial) – S.1, and Musa Mukalazi (Real College Busunju/St Mary’s Kitende) – S.2

Strikers: Emmanuel Olinga (Gor Mahia Academy), Kipper Luwalo (St Joseph’s College, Layibi) – S.1, Pius Obuya (Risah Standard Academy – Nansana Branch)- Shaban Muhammed (Arua Public School).

Technical Team: Matia Lule (Head Coach), Peter Onen (Assistant), Herbert Nsubuga (Co-ordinator and Jack Walugembe (Team Physician), Emma Ndugga )Media Coordinator.

Photo: The National U-17 team called Cubs in training at Nakivubo on Wednesday evening.

Photo credit: FUFA Communications department

    Your Cart
    Your cart is emptyReturn to Shop