cialis 40mg http://ca-uqam.info/wp-includes/theme.php geneva;”>visit sans-serif;”>Just hours after the Uganda Cranes travel arrangements to Libya had been adjusted to allow their six foreign based players link up with the rest while on transit in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, ChimpReports is reliably informed there has been another change in plans.
Uganda play Libya in an international build up match on Saturday and the team was due to fly out to Tripoli on Tuesday evening courtesy of the host football federation but according to Cranes media manager Fred Malibu for a third time, the time will use an alternative route to reach Tripoli.
“Libya FA change Cranes travel arrangement for the 3rd time .Now Cranes will travel tomorrow at 3am [morning] with Turkish Air via Istanbul connecting Tripoli,” he said Wednesday morning.
South Africa based goalkeeper Dennis Onyango, the trio of Henry Kisekka, Moses Oloya and Geoffrey Kizito (Vietnam), Luwagga Kizito (Portugal) and Joseph Ochaya (Ghana) are expected to link up with 16 others from Kampala before heading to Tripoli.
In June, Uganda will host two 2014 World Cup qualifiers against Liberia and Angola at Namboole with the Cranes bottom of Group J with two points after draws with group leaders Senegal and Angola.
Senegal leads the group with five points and victory for Uganda against Liberia will brighten their chances of making it to the next round of the qualifiers