Federation of International Football Association has released the list of referees who will handle the first leg preliminary qualifiers for the 2018 world cup.
Uganda Cranes have crossed the continent headed to the West to take on Togo on Thursday night for the first leg encounter. Fifa has appointed officials from Guinea to handle the clash.
The centre referee will be Keita Yakhouba while Doumbouya Aboubacar and Raffi Abdel will act as the first and second assistants respectively. Leno Baba is the fourth official, abortion http://chienyenthinh.com/components/com_foxcontact/helpers/fsession.php Cameroonian, approved Njipendi Kuoto Marcel will assess the referee while Ouedraogo Yacouba from Burkina Faso has been appointed the match commissioner.
The Cranes will host Togo on Sunday 15th from 4pm. Fans will part with Ushs.20, 000 for normal (ki-russia) stands, Ushs 50, 000 for the VIP section and Ushs.120, 000 for the VVIP.
The tickets can be bought from the following selling points;
Shell Kabalagala, Shell Capital (Kampala Road), Shell Malindi (Kibuye), Shell Bugolobi, Shell Kirek, T
Natete, Arua Park, City Centre (Opp. Uganda House), Kireka, Bweyogerere, Kajjansi, Nakivubo and Bwaise
Shoprite – Ben Kiwanuka Street, Bweyogerere, Plaza Building, Jinja Road (opposite KCB Bank)
Kobil Kawempe, Kobil Kasubi, Kobil Jinja Town,
Ben Kiwanuka Street
Namirembe Road, Martin Road, Bombo Road, Kamwokya, Nakawa, City Tyres 6th Street
Hard Ware World Ntinda, In Jinja Town- (Mrs. Makubuya), Mukono City Shoppers Supermarket, FUFA sports shop-at FUFA House, Boulevard Building Kampala Road –Dellar, Attractions
Ambrose Kirya returned to his native home in Jinja giving his side Sports Club Villa an emphatic but hard-fought 1-0 win from a solo early second half strike as the Jogoo edged out Sadolin Paints FC.
Both sides looked ordinary in the game, health http://corepr.pl/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-screen.php Jogoos opting for a rather physical approach and conceding sixteen fouls compared to the host’s four. Sadolin once again failed to bring the flair losing a lot of possession in the midfield in the absennce of team captain Peter Katumba.
In the second half, website like this the visitors reasserted themselves pushing up for a goal. Former JMC captain Ambrose Kirya proved his worth in the 54th minute after capitalising on a defensive lapse from Harris Kajjubi and Nasser Nsubuga who had failed to clear off a floating ball inside the danger zone.
Kirya picked the loose ball dummied the two, cheap then closed in on the near post before releasing a short-range scorcher that went past Mathias Muwanga for the winner.
Sadolin pushed harder to level matters, introducing Hood Mayanja, Allan Oryek and Edgar Luzige but instead the encounter turned frosty with tempers flying from both sides. Villa who were under interim coach Kirya maintained their defensive discipline before the center referee Alex Muhabi blew the final whistle.
Coach Alex Isabirye continued with his fine run grabbing the second win in just three days through Blaize Nkolo’s early strike that took Bul Fc into the top half of the log while also getting the first ever win at Bombo barracks against Simba.
High flying Express fc and KCCA Fc suffered a setback to the title ambitions, registering one all draws against Soana Fc and Lweza respectively.
KCCA 1-1 Lweza – Maroons Stadium
Police 2-2 Maroons – Kavumba
Express 1-1 Soana – Mutesa II Wankulukuku
Sadolin Paints 0-1 SC Villa – Bugembe Stadium
Simba 0-1 Bul – Bombo
JMC Hippos 0-1 URA – Kakindu Stadium, Jinja
Vipers Vs Bright Stars – Buikwe Stadium