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Cranes Take Medical Tests Ahead Of Chan

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“The team has been on medical today as one of CAF’s criteria before CHAN begins but some players haven’t been able to attend with different reasons. However, others shall test at a later date,” said one of the technical people in the Federation.

Before the last CHAN Championship in Sudan, Cranes players went for a check-up and one of the players, Ssali Edward, registered a heart problem thus being dropped from the team.

Meanwhile, before announcing the squad to start preparations for CHAN, Francis Olaki, the brother to Emmanuel Okwi also went for the medical check-up meaning he will be part of the team.


Kalanda Frank, who has been anticipated to join the team, will not be able to make it as he left the country some days back for trials in Vietnam and his return to country is yet to be known.

The URA striker helped Cranes to qualify as he scored 2 goals in their last encounter with Tanzania at Namboole in July.

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