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Uganda vs Egypt: We have unfinished business-Hassan Wasswa

2018 FIFA World Cup Russai Qualifiers 

Uganda Vs Egypt

Thursday 31st August, 2017 -Mandela NAtional Staidum, Namboole (4pm)

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The Uganda Cranes conducted a double session in the morning and evening on day two of non residential training at Mandela national Stadium, Namboole ahead of the double header  2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Egypt.

Assistant captain Hassan Wasswa Mawanda told www.fufa.co.ug after the training that they are set to conquer Egypt and ready to give in all their energies for the encounter.

‘We are more than ready for the game and only waiting for the day at Namboole. We have unfinished business after the 1-0 slender loss at AFCON in Gabon. We have to pay back. We were just unlucky that day but with the trust in our Lord, luck is on our side and we have also worked hard. We believe in our fans when we play at Namboole. We love them. They know what to do and disorganise the opponents’ said Wasswa

Wasswa added that after testing AFCON recently in Gabon, it is World cup next in line.

‘We have the trust in ourselves and believe me, we shall do it come 31st August against Egypt’ added Wasswa.

The Uganda Cranes will resume training on Wednesday 23rd August 2017 at 4pm Mandela National Stadium, Namboole.

However in the morning on Wednesday, Head coach Moses Basena will name the full squad that will continue with training until the foreign based players join camp.

Players who attended the Tuesday double session.

Goalkeepers: Ismael Watenga, Benjamin Ochan & Said Keni

Outfield Players : Nico Wakiro Wadada, Deus Bukenya, Denis Iguma, Isaac Muleme, Martin Kizza, Paul Musamali, Bernard Muwanga, Timothy Awanyi, Hassan Wasswa Mawanda, Muzamir Mutyaba, Tom Masiko, Yassar Mugerwa, Paul Mucureezi, Shafic Kagimu, Milton Karisa, Moses Waiswa, Erisa Ssekisambu, Nelson Senkatuka and  Derrick Nsibambi

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