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Mwebaze Fired From U17 Cranes Job

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nurse http://crosscourtathletics.org/wp-includes/vars.php geneva;”>Mwebaze’s woes seem to be increasing after Uganda’s ministry of education and sports had ruled that Maroons winners of the parallel Uganda Super League would play in the lower tier in the 2013/14 season. Then a fortnight later with no apparent reason for the seasoned tactician has replaced him with Peter Onen who is the head coach of second tier club Gulu University.

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The U-17 Cranes team was disbanded in 2010 after fielding overage players against Zambia in an African Nations Cup qualifier but two years down the road, the Uganda Cubs are expected to be assembled once more.

Meanwhile Emmanuel Ndugga a sports reporter with Red Paper/Kamunye newspapers has been appointed as the Uganda national u-17 media co-coordinator. Norman Katende, Innocent Tegusulwa have also been appointed as National U-23, U-20 Media Officers respectively.

Katende Malibu, Kenneth Muwanga and Joseph Mutaka are Cranes Media officers responsible for World Cup and Afcon qualifiers, Cecafa competitions/matches and CHAN tournaments respectively.

George Ssemwogerere has been retained as U-23 Cranes coach, Nkata Paul and Abdallah Mubiru also kept their U-20 jobs.

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