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Uganda will host Taifa Stars in a return leg of the CHAN qualifier as Cranes hold the driving seat with 1-0 win.
Though players were given a two-day holiday, the team captain, Hassan Wasswa didn’t take the leave seriously thus appearing for his clan (Balangira) in a cultural-based tournament named ‘Bika’ on Monday.
Coach Micho Sredojevic, who also attended the match where Hassan Wasswa’s side won 1-0 courtesy of URA FC’s Yayo Lutimba, said:
“I have no problem with Wasswa taking part in this game. If he felt good to play I see no reason for not enjoying his job.”
Micho also confirmed that without waste of time the team would regroup on Wednesday morning at Namboole for training.
But he is willing to drop unfit players even if the player had travelled with the team to Tanzania for first leg.
“Now, at this time no player is guaranteed a place in the team. Only hard work, talent and fitness matters in this setup,” he warned.
Meanwhile, Mujib Kasule, the outgoing Vice President in charge of Super League Affairs said the Cranes will have a friendly game with players of Under 23 on Saturday.
While Cranes are hugely expected to play Ethiopia in a friendly before taking on Taifa Stars ahead of the July 27 clash, Kasule said the Under 23 arrangement is aimed at helping the Cranes boost confidence and fitness should the Ethiopian plans hit a snag.