Mulindwa: Cranes Must Not Take Tanzania For Granted

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He therefore credited the coach for his skills that enabled the team to match their Tanzania counter parts who he said were physically stronger than the Ugandans on top of playing in a country with high temperatures which he said the Ugandans were not used to.

Mulindwa further expressed his happiness for the just concluded FUFA super League in which all these Uganda cranes players who beat Tanzania were playing from and noted that the league was competitive.

He, however, warned the team against excitement over the previous victory noting that the Uganda Cranes players should not take their Tanzanian counterparts for granted in the return leg at Namboole.

“We should not be over excited by the away result because it can be overturned,’’ warned the outgoing FUFA president.

He therefore called upon the team to prepare well for the return leg match if good results are to be achieved.

This comes in days after Cranes beat Tanzanian Taifa stars in the African Nations Championships thanks to a second half strike by SC Victoria defender Denis Guma.

The return leg is set for July 27 in Kampala and the winner qualifies for the CHAN finals set for January and February next year in South Africa.


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