YOUTH FOOTBALL: U-17 Cubs resume training at Njeru Technical Center.
Sat, 28th June 2014
Uganda Cubs Vs Seychelles
At Nakivubo Stadium
The Uganda national U-17 football team immediately started training for the return leg against Seychelles as they regrouped at the Njeru Technical Center.
“We did not give the boys any time for rest because they had two off days after the game in Victoria last Saturday”, Matia Lule, the team’s head coach told fufa.co.ug.
Uganda won the first leg away courtesy of Pius Obuya and Charles Ssebutinde goals.
Cubs Head Coach, Matia Lule is sure of a positive home result at Nakivubo.
“All the boys are positive in training and hope for a good home match”, Matia Lule adds.
The opponents from Seychelles arrive on Thursday evening in readiness for the return leg at Nakivubo Stadium.
U-17 Uganda Cubs team at Njeru technical Center:
Eric Kibowa (Buddo s.s) – S.3, Ali Ramadhan Mwirusi (Entebbe Airforce) – S.2, Edward Kasibante (Bukalagi High School) – S.4
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
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
Emmanuel Olinga (Gor Mahia Academy), Kipper Luwalo (St Joseph’s College, Layibi) – S.1, Pius Obuya (Risah Standard Academy – Nansana Branch)- S.2, Ezra Bida (Teremuga Primary School), Shaban Muhammed (Arua Public School) – Iman Mpaata (Oshwal Academy)- S.2, Mombasa, Kenya
Matia Lule (Head Coach), Peter Onen (Assistant), Herbert Nsubuga (Co-ordinator), Emma Ndugga (Media officer) and Jack Walugembe (Team Physician)
MAIN PHOTO : Uganda Cubs players in a prayer session after training at Njeru Technical Center.
PHOTO CREDITS : FUFA Communications Department.