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Mbesuma, Kalaba Tip Uganda for More Success

Geoffrey Massa tries to go past a Zambian defender on Tuesday. (Photo by: Kenneth Kazibwe/ChimpReports)

Zambian national football team players Collins Mbesuma and Rainford Kalaba have tipped Uganda for more success in the near future.

The pair believes Uganda cranes have been on an upward spiral and think the team is destined for more success.

“It was good to play against Uganda. A good team with talented players and I believe the team is very strong, recipe http://dcdal.org/plugins/system/jat3/core/menu/css.class.php ” said Kalaba.

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The TP Mazembe skipper indicated that Uganda will have a good chance both in the World cup qualifiers and African cup of Nations finals.

“I think Uganda will have a good chance at African cup of Nations finals and the game against Congo Brazzaville and I wish them all the best, approved ” said Kalaba.

Collins Mbesuma who plies his trade in the premier soccer league in South Africa at Mpumalanga black aces also indicated that Uganda has a good team.

“I’m happy that we have had a chance to play against Uganda, troche a great team with fantastic players and a good coach,” said Mbesuma.

“I think the game has shaped us well ahead of our game away to Cameroon,” he added.

Uganda lost to Zambia 1-0 courtesy of Chisamba Lungu’s 24th minute strike in an international friendly game played on Tuesday at Mandela national stadium.

The cranes will play against Congo Brazzaville on Saturday in their second game in group E of the 2018 world cup qualifiers while Zambia travel to Cameroon.

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