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‘’ We are ready for the game. I can pull off a draw against the West Africans or atleast any margin that can help us advance once we reach Kampala for the return leg’’. Coach Paul Nkata intimated to Chimpsport before leaving for Cameroon.
The game to be played in Stade Omnisport De Garoua on February 17th will have URA FC miss the services of new signing Joseph Owino who is not yet cleared to feature in the Orange Champions League while striker Karim Ndugwa was signed from Express FC with an injury.
The tax collectors’ top scorer last season Robert Ssentogo will feature for Ethiopian champions St. George while midfielder Sula Baagala and striker Kipson Atuhiare left for professional trials in Malaysia.
O.Agaba, A.Munaaba, A.Feni, S.Kyeyune, O.Kasule, Y.Lutimba, A.Nsumba, B.Ociti, S.Senkomi, E.Ssekisambu, D.Walulya, O.Wejuli, S.Massa, S.Mubiru, Y.Mugabi and A.Owinyi.
P.Nkata, J.Walugembe, S.Wasswa, S.Okabo, C.Lukwago, I.Kirya, E.Ssesanga, S.Birungi, and R.Byamukama.