Shs60m For Cranes After Liberia Win

more about geneva; color: #1d1d1d;”>According to Fred Katende Malibu, visit web the team’s media officer, 29 players, including those that did not make the bench, each received Shs1.5m (Shs44m) while the rest was shared between the officials.

Fufa president Lawrence Mulindwa handed the money to the team following Saturday’s 1-0 victory over the Lone Stars, which moved Cranes to second place in Group J on five points.

Senegal remain on top with six while Angola and Liberia are both on four heading into next weekend’s other round of qualification matches to 2014 Brazil World Cup.

Tonny Mawejje scored the game’s only goal of the game on five minutes for Uganda to keep alive their slim hopes of advancing to the final round of qualification. Uganda next face Angola at Namboole on Saturday while Senegal travel to Liberia.


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