Uganda Cranes Training Intensifies on Day Three

Preparations ahead of the forthcoming African cup of Nations are in high gear as Uganda cranes entered day three of residential training.

Like it was on day two where the players had three training sessions, symptoms it was the same scenario even on day three.

The day started with a gym session at 10:00am at Paradise fitness gym on Acacia mall, sildenafil Kamwokya which basically aimed at improving the fitness of players.

The team then headed to Kabira country club in Bukoto where head coach Milutin Sredejovic conducted a ball work session for an hour.

Later on in the evening (at 5:10pm), players underwent the day’s final training session at the IUIU female campus in Kabojja.

In the final session, Micho put emphasis on crosses employing several players on the flanks to try and cross the ball for the strikers.

Martin Kizza, Vitalis Tabu, Edrisa Lubega, Erisa Ssekisambu were all employed in the wide areas.

The team continues with the same training drills on Thursday with only 11 players yet to join camp.

Uganda will play in group D with Ghana, Egypt and Mali at the 2017 African Cup of Nations in Gabon

Players that attended Wednesday training

Ismail Watenga, Benjamin Ochan

Nicholas Wadada, Joseph Nsubuga, Joseph Ochaya, Shafik Batambuze, Dennis Iguma, Richard Kasagga, Jjuko Murushid, Isaac Isinde, Rashid Toha, Halid Lwaliwa, Timothy Awany, Ronald Mukiibi

Hassan Wasswa, Tonny Mawejje, Geoffrey Walusimbi, Kizito Kezron, Saddam Ibrahim Juma, Paul Mucureezi, Martin Kiiza, Vitalis Tabu

Shaban Muhammad, Geoffrey Sserunkuma, Erisa Ssekisambu, Yunus Ssentamu, Derrick Nsibambi, Edrisa Lubega


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