Uganda Cranes midfielder has called upon fellow players and Ugandans at large to keep the spirits high ahead of the crunch decider against Comoros in the final group D of the 2017 AFCON qualifiers.
Mawejje who features for Iceland side Knattspyrnufelagion Trottur is confident with positive energy ahead of the Comoros game, drug http://chelseamamma.co.uk/wp-includes/class-smtp.php Uganda will be able to break the jinx.
“I believe we are in good mood for the Sunday game, approved http://creamiicandy.com/wp-admin/includes/taxonomy.php we just need to keep focused and positive as players and all Ugandans at large, viagra 60mg ” Mawejje told journalists after the friendly game against Kenya.
Mawejje who came on as a second half substitute also believes the friendly game against Kenya will help the team improve in areas they are lacking.
“It has been a good test for us despite the fact that we did not win. I think we shall reflect on today’s performance and see that we improve especially in areas where we looked lacking,” he added.
Uganda were held to goalless draw in a friendly game played on Tuesday at Mandela National stadium.