Chan 2016: Uganda Cranes in Ushs 500M Deficit for Sudan Tie

Uganda Cranes squad

Kampala City Council Authority FC has acquired the services of youngster Jackson Ndonda from Kampala regional club Kamwokya united.

The midfielder was part of the Lugogo side when they faced Nkima FC on Tuesday, order impressing assistant manager Sam Simbwa who likens the player to legendary  KCCA and Uganda Cranes dribbling left- sided midfielder Jamil Kyambadde.

“He is a golden purchase! He effortlessly passes the ball like Kyambadde and plays box to box. If he stays focused, seek within a few seasons he will be commanding a national team slot.”

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The former Mulusa Academy and Kololo SS student expressed his pleasure in joining the club promising alot more.

“This dream move to KCCA will help me solve several puzzles around my life and concentrate at winning titles at Lugogo and making it to the National Team like my  village mate Savio Kabugo. I hope the coaches will transform me into a National Team player and later a  professional, search ” Ndonda said.

KCCA FC has not been in action this week owing to the fact that three of the first team players were in Comoros for Cranes duty. The team will resume league action on Tuesday 15th September against Simba SC in Nakivubo.
Barely a week after receiving a total of USD 210, cost 000 (approx Ushs.756M) from President Yoweri Museveni, this web local football governing body, FUFA has openly come out to announce that the federation needs not less than half a billion shillings to organize a two-legged African Championship qualifiers against Cecafa neighbors, Sudan.

“We thank Government of Uganda and His Excellency, Gen. Yoweri Kaguta Museveni for the timely financial assistance when Uganda was traveling to Comoros. For the Sudan two encounters, we need at least 500M to plan for the two games,” FUFA finance director, Decolas Kizza told media fraternity on Wednesday during a customary weekly presser.

It is on record that the finance director had earlier on told the media that Uganda needed Ushs.220M to prepare for the trip to Comoros but despite receiving thrice as much, the crucial Cranes journey to Kigali next year is hanging in balance.

Uganda Cranes will host Sudan on 17th September and play away on 24th October. The aggregate winner will qualify for the Chan tournament to be held in Rwanda early next year.


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