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Micho Abandons Pros As Cranes Game Is Postponed

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Micho also acknowledged that it was a surprise for Uganda to be eliminated from the CHAN tournament in Sudan in 2010 just one month after winning the CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup in Tanzania.

“This is how it works. After CECAFA, the players with some slight change in squad according to performance will head to South Africa for CHAN. So by this time, they will have gained confidence and coordination,” he added.

The Cranes coach, who once managed the Rwanda national team, also pointed out the advantage of the Rwanda friendly game as it will help players to prove their worth during CECAFA and CHAN.

“Rwanda is a big profile team and it can help to judge the ability of any player representing a country,” he affirmed.

In the meantime, news reaching us shows that the Uganda Cranes game that was earlier scheduled to take place on November 15 has again been postponed to another date though close.

According to Edgar Watson, the chief executive officer for Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA), the game will be now played on November 16, one day ahead of the initial date.

“We received advice from technical people and hence we agreed to push the game forward to a Saturday. However, charges and venue of the game remain the same,” he clarified.

The Rwanda team is expected in the country by Friday and will be accommodated at Mt Zion hotel in Kampala for the two days.

Mr. Watson also confirmed that the referees will come from Tanzania following the local federation’s failure to secure referees from Kenya.

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