Cranes Skipper Eyes 4th Cecafa Title


generic geneva; font-size: small;”>Should they triumph, this web it will be a record fourth title for Mwesigwa who was victorious in 2003, 2008 and 2009.

“We are looking forward to winning the trophy for the 12th time. We have played Rwanda twice in the finals and we always beat them 2-0.”

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“It will not be different this time round. I remember my first Cecafa title that we won in Sudan in 2003 when we beat them in the final and also in Nairobi where we also met in the final,” a confident Mwesigwa told

“I think history will continue as sometimes we have to accept it but that does not mean we will stop working hard to get or tactics right.”

“Rwanda is a good team with exceptional players and let us wait for Saturday where experience will prove handy as we pray to God to guide us,” he added.

Mwesigwa also called for referees to be sourced from outside the region for the tournament.

“The organisers should invite guest referees like they invite guest teams. These referees should come from other regions to give the tournament credibility so as to avoid the many incidences we have been witnessing,” he added.


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