Cranes Brace For Liberia Clash

view geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 115%;”>The brave and well-trained Uganda national football team, unhealthy Cranes, buy have finalized necessary rehearsals to take the breath out of the Liberians at Mandela National Stadium on Saturday evening.

Coach Sredovich Micho’s revolution appears to be gaining ground although aftershocks of last week’s defeat in Tripoli, Libya, still rumble. Heads have rolled but not quite gone away.

Today’s match gives Micho an opportunity to disprove critics that he is not up for the challenge.

Thousands of fans have already started rolling to the stadium, eagerly waiting to cheer their favourite team to victory.

With Geoffrey Massa and Emma Okwi prepared to lead the attack, the struggling Liberians may not survive at the Namboole death trap.

It is thought the vigorous Moses Oloya and dribble master Dennis Guma will guard the Cranes’ armored wall of defence.

The Libya match and training sessions have helped the new coach to identify new talent as well as the members of the old guard that deserve to be retained for today’s crucial World Cup qualifier.

Micho said he knew which players to rely on during international matches as the nucleus of a new and robust team starts to emerge.

During recent training sessions at Namboole, Massa and Okwi left no stone unturned in displaying enough dynamism to systematically disrupt the Liberians and, crucially, a robust capacity to initiate goals.

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