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The Uganda Cranes team on Saturday moved a step closer to breaking their 36 year jinx of participating in the African Nations Cup finals after beating Ghana one nil in their Group E game played at Namboole stadium.

It was an 8th minute header from the SC Victoria defender Savio Kabugo after a Mike Sserumaga corner that broke the spine of the Black Stars team.

Savio Kabugo celebrates his goal.

Savio Kabugo celebrates his goal.

The Cranes continued with numerous attacks through Geoffrey Massa, about it information pills http://comeandcheck.it/wp-admin/includes/deprecated.php Daniel Sserunkuuma(who replaced Yunus Ssentamu) and Sserumaga on the visitors’ goal only to be missed whereas others were saved by Razak Braimah, for sale http://couponadventures.com/wp-admin/includes/update-core.php Ghana’s custodian.

Geoffrey Massa dazzles Ghanaian players.

Geoffrey Massa dazzles Ghanaian players.

The visitors in the second half tried to break the Cranes through Andrew Ayew, http://consultants-lactation.org/wp-admin/includes/class-ftp-pure.php Majeed Waris and Christian Atsu  but the back line of Mwesigwa, Isaac Isinde, Savio Kabugo  and the custodian Dennis Onyango kept them at bay keeping the hosts in the driving seat.

Cranes tactician Micho Sredjovic congratulates Brian Majwega for the job well done.

Cranes tactician Micho Sredjovic congratulates Brian Majwega for the job well done.

The introduction of Geoffrey ‘Baba’ Kizito who replaced Sserumaga was another stumbling block to the progress of Black Stars players as they were denied any chance to cause harm to the Cranes team.

In the centre of the park, midfield maestro Tonny Mawejje did all the donkey work as he intercepted all the opponents’ passes as well as creating beautiful chances for his Cranes side as they triumphed against Ghana.

In an interview with ChimpReports, the Cranes tactician Milutin Sredjovic Micho noted that the win was payment for the hard work his team underwent prior to the game.

The Black Stars players could not believe they had lost to Cranes.

The Black Stars players could not believe they had lost to Cranes.

“We did good scouting on the Ghanaian team and my boys followed all the instructions whereas my experienced players including Onyango and Mwesigwa commanded well the defence. The sky was the limit for my team,” Micho noted.

Cranes defenders Mwesigwa and Kabugo were good on the day.

Cranes defenders Mwesigwa and Kabugo were good on the day.

The Serbian tactician however noted that the fight is not over until the last game in the group against Guinea on Wednesday.

“I can say we can replicate what we have done here in Casablanca but you should not be overexcited. We should prepare well for the game against Guinea,” the Cranes tactician noted.

Micho was happy for the win.

Micho was happy for the win.

The win elevated Cranes to the  second position in Group E on 7 points, the same as Guinea who thumped Togo 4-1 but the former with a better goal difference whereas Ghana are on top on 8 points.
The Uganda Cranes team on Saturday moved a step closer to breaking their 36 year jinx of participating in the African Nations Cup finals after beating Ghana one nil in their Group E game played at Namboole stadium.

It was an 8th minute header from the SC Victoria defender Savio Kabugo after a Mike Sserumaga corner that broke the spine of the Black Stars team.

Savio Kabugo celebrates his goal.

Savio Kabugo celebrates his goal.

The Cranes continued with numerous attacks through Geoffrey Massa, more about http://chicken33.com/commande/wp-includes/customize/class-wp-customize-nav-menu-auto-add-control.php Daniel Sserunkuuma(who replaced Yunus Ssentamu) and Sserumaga on the visitors’ goal only to be missed whereas others were saved by Razak Braimah, buy http://dailyampersand.com/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/src/tribe/asset/ajax_calendar.php Ghana’s custodian.

Geoffrey Massa dazzles Ghanaian players.

Geoffrey Massa dazzles Ghanaian players.

The visitors in the second half tried to break the Cranes through Andrew Ayew, more about Majeed Waris and Christian Atsu  but the back line of Mwesigwa, Isaac Isinde, Savio Kabugo  and the custodian Dennis Onyango kept them at bay keeping the hosts in the driving seat.

Cranes tactician Micho Sredjovic congratulates Brian Majwega for the job well done.

Cranes tactician Micho Sredjovic congratulates Brian Majwega for the job well done.

The introduction of Geoffrey ‘Baba’ Kizito who replaced Sserumaga was another stumbling block to the progress of Black Stars players as they were denied any chance to cause harm to the Cranes team.

In the centre of the park, midfield maestro Tonny Mawejje did all the donkey work as he intercepted all the opponents’ passes as well as creating beautiful chances for his Cranes side as they triumphed against Ghana.

In an interview with ChimpReports, the Cranes tactician Milutin Sredjovic Micho noted that the win was payment for the hard work his team underwent prior to the game.

The Black Stars players could not believe they had lost to Cranes.

The Black Stars players could not believe they had lost to Cranes.

“We did good scouting on the Ghanaian team and my boys followed all the instructions whereas my experienced players including Onyango and Mwesigwa commanded well the defence. The sky was the limit for my team,” Micho noted.

Cranes defenders Mwesigwa and Kabugo were good on the day.

Cranes defenders Mwesigwa and Kabugo were good on the day.

The Serbian tactician however noted that the fight is not over until the last game in the group against Guinea on Wednesday.

“I can say we can replicate what we have done here in Casablanca but you should not be overexcited. We should prepare well for the game against Guinea,” the Cranes tactician noted.

Micho was happy for the win.

Micho was happy for the win.

The win elevated Cranes to the  second position in Group E on 7 points, the same as Guinea who thumped Togo 4-1 but the former with a better goal difference whereas Ghana are on top on 8 points.
St. Maria Gorret Secondary School in Kabale Municipality has been temporarily closed following a violent stampede that was sparked off Saturday evening when administrators refused students to watch a football match between Arsenal and Manchester United.

It all started when the students who had been denied to watch the 8:30 pm English Premier League match on Saturday evening decided to sneak out of school to watch it Live.

On learning of this, web http://connectgroups.org.au/wp-admin/includes/ajax-actions.php the teacher on duty (names withheld) decided to take a roll call.

News of the roll call spread very fast to the students who had illegaly left the school. Over the telephone, http://chopcult.com/wp-content/plugins/exploit-scanner/images/secure.php they started mobilizing their colleagues at school urging them to ensure that the roll call sheets do not get to the administration. They asked them to destroy them by all means.

In the process of getting rid of the evidence, the students assaulted the school’s deputy Head teacher, Sil Booker Twesoome who is now admitted at Kabale Regional Referral Hospital.

The students also destroyed window panes on the administration block, class rooms, the library, and stole school uniforms that were kept in the uniforms office.

According to the Kabale Municipality Principal Education Officer Oddo Arigye, five students identified as ring leaders  have been arrested and investigations are going on.

He added that they also resolved to send all students back home, for management to ascertain damage caused by the students and how it was to be fixed.

The Parents Teachers Association (PTA) Chairperson Julius Titulyebwa, condemned that act of the students, saying that they would have solved the matter amicably but not staging a violent strike.

He however said that the school would call students back to school after the Board of Governors met.


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