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The game was part of preparations by the national team for the forthcoming CECAFA tournament that will see Cranes play Rwanda’s Amavubi Stars on Saturday before going for a residential training camp.
The Cranes tactician Micho Sredjovic on Wednesday announced a twenty-five man squad to be used during the November to December tournament.
The match is one of many to enable for preparations for Cranes ahead of Amavubi encounter on Friday
Uganda Cranes are the defending champions of the tournament after beating Kenya in the finals held in December last year at Namboole stadium.
Uganda Cranes player dodges a UFL defender
This year’s tournament is scheduled for November 27 to December 12th with all group matches to be played in Nairobi apart from a few knockout stage games which will be played outside the Kenyan capital.
Uganda remains the record champions having won the tournament twelve times while hosts Kenya have lifted it five times.