CECAFA: Okwi Fit For Cranes-Eritrea Game


viagra buy geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>Okwi dispensed the arm-band and missed out on the Cranes opener after suffering from malaria though his fellow striker Kiiza recovered in time and played against Rwanda.

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Savio Kabugo was bashed by Ugandan born Medi Kagere who played for Rwanda in the opening game.

“I am ok, though, the knock was a bit tough and I am ready to appear in the game against Eritrea if given a chance,” said SC Victoria University and Cranes defender in a Facebook interview.

Kabugo effusively trained with the team on Sunday; however, Uganda’s technical committee submitted in a case concerning Medi Kagere’s kicking him.

Kagere intentionally kicked Kabugo in absence of the ball.

Since the referee didn’t take action against Medi Kagere, Cranes officials want Kagere to be penalised by the disciplinary committee.

If convicted, Kagere is likely to miss three matches in the CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup regardless of where his team ends in this year’s championship.

In today’s game, if the Cranes bag three points from Eritrea, Eritrea will be out of this year’s tournament as Cranes will have qualified for quarter finals.

Uganda won the opening game against Rwanda 1-0 after a late goal in 87th minute from Daniel ‘Mzee’ Sserunkuuma.

Meanwhile, Eritrea will play against Uganda with its two unidentified players missing after vanishing from the camp on Sunday.


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