Uganda Cranes troop preparing to battle Sudan in the final round of the Africa Nations’ Championship qualifier commenced training earlier on Tuesday with gym work at Paradise gym located at Acacia mall, side effects check http://certoclear.com/wp-content/themes/divi/includes/builder/functions.php Bukoto and then finished the day’s 2-hour field training session at Legends club.
The training was largely successful with all summoned players in attendance.
“It is a great feeling to represent my country, ed http://curesoffersandproducts.com/top/erectile/diabetes1vmaxx.php I will fight hard for a place in the team because this is a dream i have been chasing. Now the opportunity is here for me to do the duty ahead. We pray to do the best for the country, look ” Sadolin Paints midfield dynamo, Peter Katumba told ChimpSport after Tuesday training.
The team resumes training on Wednesday at the same venue from 11AM.
The Cranes host Sudan on Saturday 17th October in the first leg before travelling to Khartoum a week later for the final fixture. The overall victor from the two fixtures qualify for the finals to be held in Rwanda from 15th January next year.
Full squad in camp.
Mathias Kigonya (Bright Stars FC), Isma Watenga
(Vipers Sc), James Alitho (Vipers SC),
Def. Denis Okot (KCCA FC), Ibrahim Kiyemba (LwezaFC), Joseph Ochaya (KCCA FC),Isaac Muleme (SC Villa Jogoo), Shafiq Bakaki (Vipers SC), Wasswa Hassan Dazo (KCCA FC), Ayub Kizza (Express FC), Muwanga Bernard (Bright Stars FC), Awanyi Timothy (KCCA FC), Katongole Henry (SC Villa Jogoo),
Midfielders. Ivan Ntege (KCCA FC),Deus Bukenya (Vipers SC), Peter Katumba (Sadolin Paints FC), Hakim Senkumba (KCCA FC), Muzamir Mutyaba (KCCA FC), Kizito Keziron (Vipers SC), Faruku Miya (Vipers SC)
Robert Ssentongo (URA FC), Ceaser Okhuti
Express FC), Frank Kalanda (URA FC), Erisa
Sekisambu (Vipers SC) and John Ssemazi (Vipers