Uganda Cranes To Go All Out in Attack

remedy Arial, dosage sans-serif; padding: 0px; margin: 14px 0px; text-align: justify;”>symptoms geneva;”>The Cranes meet Zambia in the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations must-win qualifier at Namboole on Saturday needing to win by a two-goal margin to make the finals in South Africa.

A 1-0 victory for the Cranes in normal time would see the skirmish decided on spot-kicks.

And Onyango reckons they have their work cut out.

“What is apparent and what I have heard from Zambian is they are also not comfortable playing in Kampala,” the goalkeeper told

“They are planning to come here and defend their goal to qualify. That leaves us with no other option but to just attack them.

“Of course we have to defend well at the same time because we could expose ourselves in careless attacks.”

The Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper also says a Ugandan victory and qualification for the first time since 1978 would be the perfect gift to the country that marked 50 years of independence on Tuesday.

“Personally for me and the entire country this match means everything for us,” he said.

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