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Micho hinted that however small details will decide who joins the group stages.
“I believe in my boys; they know what is at stake but good preparations and small details will decide the winner over two legs,” added Micho.
FUFA and the Cranes technical team will meet soon to discuss and share ideas on the exact date of hosting the first leg that will be played on the weekend of 18th-20th July at Namboole. The return leg will be played two weeks later.
Uganda Cranes Striker Geoffrey Massa‘s brilliant shot broke Madagascar’s spine in the 12th minute of the thrilling match at Mandela National Stadium last Saturday, pushing Uganda to another stage of qualification for the Africa Cup of Nations 2015 finals in Morocco.