stomach http://demcsb.com/wp-admin/includes/nav-menu.php geneva;”>11:00am: When the Cranes contingent touches down at Angola International Airport on Friday afternoon they will feel at home with an expected warm welcome from our advanced party already in Luanda, FUFA has revealed.
Cranes Scot tactician Bobby Roberts Williamson yesterday named his 18-man final squad that flew out to Angola today for the World Cup Qualifiers match against the hosts.
Mpima Samuel, the leader of delegation who travelled to Luanda on Monday has confirmed that all was set to receive the team.
“The team will be accommodated at Mana-Lu Four stars Hotel with all the facilities necessary for the players in place, “ read a Fufa statement.
Estadio 22 De Juhno, just adjacent the Hotel, is the confirmed training ground for the Cranes.
FUFA authorities on the ground have also taken trouble to discuss the menu details with the Hotel Management to avoid any short comings in feeding.
Mpima together with the Angola Federation officials will be at the airport hours before the team lands.
Meanwhile, the thirteen remaining players who have not made it to Angola will be maintained in camp until the travelling team returns.
Arrangements have been made for them to continue training under the command of the newly appointed assistant Coach Leo Adra in order to keep improving on their fitness levels.
These include Geoffrey Massa, Brian Umony, Isaac Isinde, Mudde Musa, Sula Matovu, Ochaya, Abel Dhaira, Edward Ssali, Joseph Owino, Yasin Mugabi, Ali Kimera, Robert Ssentongo and Ceaser Okhuti. Bobby said all players were still very useful in this campaign and asked those staying to keep focused.