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Cranes touched Entebbe airport at 3am and by press time many of the players couldn’t have a comment on the match they lost to Senegal on Saturday night.
However, Hassan Wasswa expressed disappointment at journalists for bashing the team following the World Cup Qualifier loss, saying the lads gave their all and had made an outstanding improvement in their skills.
“We are done with the game and all you have to do is criticize us, that we couldn’t pass the ball?” said a shocked Wasswa.
Cranes players are to receive $600 as a token of appreciation for displaying a commendable performance during the Saturday match.
Some players contacted were hopeful they would receive their bonuses soon.