Afcon 2017 Q: Botswana Name Squad For Uganda Duty

Uganda beat The Zebras 2-0 in the first leg in June 2015 at Namboole

Botswana head coach Peter James Butler has summoned a total of   27 players to begin preparations for the crucial match day four Afcon 2017 qualifier against the Uganda Cranes on Saturday 4th June.

The locally dominated squad will camp in the capital Gaborone for nine days from Wednesday 15th to Friday 24th May before moving to the matchday hosting town in Francistown from 25th May until the D-Day on 4th June 2016.

The Zebras will have two international build up with Lesotho and Malawi on 21st and 28th May respectively.

The Cranes are expected to play Zimbabwe in a friendly match at the end of this month.

Uganda won the first leg 2-0 courtesy of goals from Brian Umony and Geoffrey Massa strikes on June 13th 2015. The Cranes, viagra sale who are tied on seven points with leaders Burkina Faso need a win to keep hopes of qualifications alive.

Zebras team:


Kabelo Dambe-Township Rollers, visit this Mwapule Masule-BDF XI
Keagile Kgosipula-Township Rollers, Mosimanegape Robert-Orapa United Ookeditse Semelamela-BR Highlanders


Mosha  Gaolaolwe -BDF XI, Boitumelo Mofoko- Galaxy, Tebogo  Sosome-Galaxy, Olekantse Mambo-Orapa United
Keolepile Molemi-BDF XI, Arnold Mampori-Mochudi Centre Chiefs, Lesenya  Ramoraka-Orapa United, Thato Kebue-Mochudi Centre Chiefs.


Kabelo  Seakanyeng-Gaborone United, Lebogang Ditsele-Gilport Lions, Lemponye Tsireletso-Mochudi Centre Chiefs , Onkabetse Makgantai-Orapa United, Lemogang Maswena-Orapa United , Tapiwa Gadibolae-Police XI
Segolame Boy-Township Rollers, Ofentse Nato-Township Rollers, Mogakolodi Ngele-Mamelodi Sundowns, Galabgwe Moyana-Township Rollers


Joel Mogorosi-Township Rollers, Thabang Sesinyi-Orapa United, Hendrick Moyo-Gaborone  United, Omaatla Kebatho-Wasco de Gama

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