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The Cranes beat the Lone Stars 1-0 in 1999, but Weah, who chartered a plane then, missed the match after he was delayed from Entebbe International Airport to Nakivubo Stadium. “I remember I was actually intentionally delayed and only reached the stadium when the match was ending,” said the Former AC Milan striker.
He explained that the team is in Uganda to collect maximum points. “We beat them 2-0 in Monrovia and can get the same result in Kampala as well,” said Weah.
He explained that he is not here to interfere with coach Frank W. Nagbe’s work, but to motivate the players and give them the much needed morale.
On Wednesday, ex-Cranes players, including one of Uganda’s ever most prolific strikers Issa Ssekatawa, met Weah at Nakivubo Stadium.
The Lone Stars are currently second in Group J with four points. Senegal, who will face Angola in the other group game, top the group with five points, while Uganda are bottom with two points after two draws and one loss.