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capsule geneva;”>Uganda, who seriously need to turn their fortunes in the 2014 qualifiers, will have two home games against Liberia and Angola, while unbeaten Libya take on DR Congo and Togo.
From left to right Cranes stars Kabugo Denis Guma and Said Kyeyune dismark Turkish Airline flight
Micho’s team is staying at the magnificent Babal Bahar Hotel in Tripoli and only Portuguese based professional Kizito Luwaga is yet to join the team according to Cranes Media boss Fred Katende Malibu.
In the absence of key strikers Geoffrey Massa, Brian Umony, Emmanuel Okwi and Robert Ssentongo, the burden to pick the goals will mainly rest on Tanzanian based striker Hamis Kiiza, Daniel Sserunkuma and top scorer of the recently concluded Ugandan League Herman Wasswa.
But with the presence of Mameledi Sundowns goalkeeper Dennis Onyango and other professional players Kizito Baba, Musa Mudde, Kizito Luwagga and Asante Kotoko’s Joseph Ochaya, the Libyans should not underrate the strength of the visiting side.
Europe based Alex Kakuba and SCVU back Savio Kabugo in the Arrivals’ Louge of Tripoli International Airport
The game at the Tripoli International Airport will be handled by Tunisian referees at 6.30 East African Time and the Libyan Prime minister has apparently invited the Cranes for a dinner ahead of the game.