The delegation included 16 players and 7 officials such as coaches Edward Kaziba , Daniel Kiwanuka, Christine Wanyana, and Lisa Berg the technical advisor to Women’s Football.
According to reports from Juba, there are no injuries reported as the team hopes for positive results when they play South Sudan later today.
The South Sudanese team make their first engagement in international women football after joining FIFA last year save for their Ugandan counterparts who have participates many times but stopping underway.
In an interview with Chimpreports, Edward Kaziba one of Uganda’s technical personnel noted that his team does not know much about their Sudanese counterparts but stressed they cannot underestimate their strength.
‘’I can’t confirm that we are very well conversant with of our opponents but at least I watched them play in the East African Secondary Schools tournament,’’ noted Kaziba .
Kaziba added that the team was not tactically good but warned his team that the South Sudanese might have learnt lessons from the tournament held in Lira and have now changed tactics.