Match Report:Uganda Vs Liberia

ask geneva; color: #000000;”>Liberia remain on four and Angola added one point making them level with four points, viagra meaning Uganda replaced Liberia in second place with five point one point below table leaders Senegal.

Uganda’s next qualifier is next weekend at Namboole against Angola. Liberian game was Coach Milutin Micho Sredojevic’s first win in two games, the other a 3-0 friendly loss to Libya. Micho replaced Bobby Williamson three weeks ago.

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The game means a lot to the cranes as they are back in contention with only one point behind. Angola comes to Kampala in what will be a thorny match and a hostile territory with the home fans expected to truck to the 45 thousand capacity filled stadium to cheer their beloved Cranes. The much anticipated match it’s a mêlée that will prove if Micho was right choice for Cranes in small time.

Uganda will be looking to prevail under the much heralded Serbian Coach Milutin “Micho” Sredojevi?, and he will be out to add on the hope of Uganda’s qualification to world cup which has always been seen as night mere.

Kizito Luwagga also getting a rare supporting act behind the two main strikers

Win against Liberia was the only game that kept all the hopes of Uganda to qualify but in any failure to win against Angola, energy for Liberia game would have been lost for nothing no matter how the results will be from Liberia vs Senegal game.

Uganda is enjoying an unbeaten running home record since 2005, when they lost to South Africa, through a Benni McCarthy’s penalty spot kick. Mandela Namboole stadium has been a fortress for the Cranes, but it comes alive this weekend, can Angola spoil the party…? However making the record hasn’t helped cranes to qualify and this brings thought that may be when the cranes will lose at home may qualify for any major tournament since it can act as a wake-up call for the team to pick more points away from home.

Uganda Captain Mwesigwa, attempting to beat his men upfront

Losing is part of football, but former AC Milan striker and World Footballer of the Year George Weah could not take that when his Lone Stars of Liberia fell 1-0 to hosts Uganda in a 2014 World Cup qualifier in Kampala on Saturday.

After the final whistle, Weah followed the referee from Chad, Adam Cordier, as he walked to the changing rooms and tried to attack him, only to be stopped by security. Weah, who was the leader of delegation of the Liberia contingent, was reportedly not amused by the level of officiating.

Tonny Mawejje strikes his maiden goal in three years

Two other Liberian players, including defender Alanadine Omega, had earlier, after the final whistle, also tried to confront the referee in the centre of the pitch, but security officers stooped them.

Early in the week after training with the Lone Stars, Weah had promised that his team was in Kampala to grab all the three points.

In 1999 when the Lone Stars visited Uganda for an Africa Cup of Nations qualifier, they also lost 1-0, with Philip Ssozi scoring the goal.

Starting line-ups Saturday

Uganda: 8- Robert Odongkara, 14- Andrew Mwesigwa, 5- Isaac Isinde, 12- Iguma dennis, 15- Walusimbi Godfrey, 16- Wasswa Hassan, 22- william kizito Luwaga, 7- okwi emmanuel, 3- Kizito Geofrey, 6- Mawejje Tony, 11- Massa Geofrey

The impressive Emmanuel Okwi(R) strikes

Liberia: 1- Sherman Nathaniel, 23 Lafor Anthony, 18-Jallabah Francis, 7-Toure Ansu, 6- Alamadine Omega, 8-Wesseh Solomom, 4- Lewis Theo Weeks, 10-oliseh sekou Jabeth, 21- Foday eddie Boaki, 13-Wleh Patrick Ronaldinho, 20- Krangar Zah Rahan

Group J

Yesterday’s results
Uganda 1-0 Liberia
Angola 1-1 Senegal

Liberian skipper Anthony Laffor and his coach Ngadbo were clearly unhappy at referees’ calls in some 50-50 decisions

Table Standing
P W D L F A Pts
Senegal 4 1 3 0 6 4 6
Uganda 4 1 2 0 3 4 5
Angola 4 0 4 0 3 3 4
Liberia 4 1 1 2 3 4 4

Next Games
June 15
Liberia vs Senegal
Uganda vs Angola

Former AC Milan striker and World Footballer of the Year George Weah could not take that when his Lone Stars of Liberia fell 1-0 to hosts Uganda, the Liberians later confronted the Chadian match officials
September 9
Senegal vs Uganda
Angola vs Liberia

Geofrey Massa shoots with Liberia’s Wesseh Solomon in trial

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