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Meanwhile the Cranes will resume their weekend training session on Saturday evening at Lugogo stadium.
Starting at 3:00pm, thirty two players are expected to attend training with Cranes striker Emmanuel Okwi also expected to show up.
The national team is preparing for the CECAFA tournament that will kick off on November 27 in Kenya.
However, Swedish based midfielder Kayongo Mutumba might be included in the squad for the Nairobi tournament according to officials from FUFA.
Officials explained that the player’s inclusion will help him adapt to African style of play.