Cranes' Mutumba Ruled Out Of Congo Match
FUFA have announced Tuesday that Cranes midfielder Martin Kayongo Mutumba will return to Stockholm, Sweden for treatment following an injury he picked during the Uganda- Senegal game played last Saturday in Namboole.
This implies he will miss the Cranes encounter with Congo this weekend.
Mutumba suffered a muscle strain that has now ruled him out of the Saturday crash against Congo in the Africa Cup of Nations Qualifiers match.
Coach Bobby Williamson however believes that Mutumba will still be a useful player when he recovers.
FUFA is already working on his ticket and he is expected to travel by the British Airlines Wednesday morning.
Mutumba who played his first game for the Cranes on Saturday turns out for AIK FC a Swedish premier League club as one of its star players.
However, his performance on Saturday did not impress Cranes’ fans who repeatedly called upon Bobby to kick him out in vain.
Meanwhile, Captain Andy Mwesigwa who also sustained an injury is struggling to recover but remains doubtful for the weekend game.
However, he started training on Monday with other players at Namboole.
His final status will be confirmed later in the week.
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Updated on 2013-05-09 09:25
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