here http://danielborda.net/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-jitm.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>While briefing his squad on Tuesday morning, buy more about Micho said that the game will show him the shape of the team before the preliminary round of the Afcon games starts in May.
Micho said that Zambia respects Uganda so much explaining that this is why they have assembled the best players for the game.
Micho requested the players that will be selected to start the game to give everything to earn positive results.
The Cranes will have a feel of the Levy Mwanawasa stadium in the last training session today at 5.30 PM (East African Time).
Meanwhile, the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) has changed the kickoff time to 5:30 PM Central African Time (6:30PM EAT).
Both Uganda and Zambia have agreed to have seven substitutes in the game.
According to a Tuesday brief from FUFA’s media office, Cranes captain Andy Mwesigwa said: “If you want to perfect something you need to practice it. Now it is our chance to try and win away from home if we are to do it again in the forthcoming qualifiers.”
“Zambia is a good team, getting good results here will give us confidence Andy added.
Kennedy Mweene [Zambian goal keeper]: “I have played Uganda 3 times winning and drawing once, but Uganda is a very difficult team. I believe the fans will enjoy the game. I have a few friends of mine in that team so it will be a great game.”
Dan Serunkuma: “I hope to bring the club form to the national team because it’s my country so I will play with all my heart at the moment. I am thinking about the Zambia game not Esperance,” he told the local media.
Stoppila Sunzu, Zambia defender: First of all I am happy to come back to the national team and happy my first game to be here at home. Tomorrow’s game is a big game for us because Uganda gave us hard time here and Kampala so I believe the technical committee was spot on to invite Uganda. For this day we can’t ask much so, fans will enjoy a very competitive game tomorrow.