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Uganda Cranes’ Mwesigwa Arrives for Ghana Clash

Saints forwards Fred Kyambadde, this http://demainechiropractic.com/wp-includes/admin-bar.php Alex Kitata and Viane Ssekajuggo were called to join the National Under 23 team that started training at Namboole Tuesday morning to prepare for the All Africa Games qualifiers that get underway later this month.

The three have scored seven goals for the Saints this season in five games. Kitata has four goals, Ssekajugo has two goals and Kyambadde has one goal.

Ssekajuggo last week featured in the U-23 training friendly game with the Cranes while his teammates joined the rest of the squad for the first time on Tuesday morning.

Saints Head Coach Mark Twinamatsiko said: “The three players trained with the U-23 team and we hope to have them for our league game this Sunday.”

The Kobs were supposed to play Egypt in a friendly this Wednesday which was cancelled.

However, they will continue training with U-23 coach Frank Anyau.

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Saints forwards Fred Kyambadde, pills http://constinta.com.br/v1/templates/yoo_venture/warp/helpers/checksum.php Alex Kitata and Viane Ssekajuggo were called to join the National Under 23 team that started training at Namboole Tuesday morning to prepare for the All Africa Games qualifiers that get underway later this month.

The three have scored seven goals for the Saints this season in five games. Kitata has four goals, remedy http://ccresourcecenter.org/wp-admin/includes/file.php Ssekajugo has two goals and Kyambadde has one goal.

Ssekajuggo last week featured in the U-23 training friendly game with the Cranes while his teammates joined the rest of the squad for the first time on Tuesday morning.

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NATIONAL CALL UP: Ssekajugo, Kyambadde and Kitata have been called to the Kobs

Saints Head Coach Mark Twinamatsiko said: “The three players trained with the U-23 team and we hope to have them for our league game this Sunday.”

The Kobs were supposed to play Egypt in a friendly this Wednesday which was cancelled.

However, they will continue training with U-23 coach Frank Anyau.

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Andrew Mwesigwa is the latest player to join the Uganda Cranes training camp ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations clash against Ghana at Mandela National Stadium this Saturday.

FUFA announced the F.C Ordabasey defender arrived at around 5 am on Wednesday morning.

He joins the other players who have been holding intense training at Namboole.

The federation said it is a full house for the Cranes.

South Africa based goalkeeper, no rx http://decoreatelier.com/wp-includes/update.php Denis Onyango (Mamelodi Sun Downs) and the Kenyan based players, http://challengemetennis.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-api-config.php Godfrey Walusimbi (Gor Mahia F.C), http://cloudninerealtime.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-upgrader.php Khalid Aucho (Tusker), Daniel Sserunkuma (Gor Mahia), Geoffrey Kizito (Gor Mahia) and Martin Kizza (Tusker F.C) are already in the country.

The national football team resumes training on Wednesday evening.

Meanwhile, head coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sedrojevic has released four players Brian Bwete, Allan Kyambadde, Baker Lukooya and Derrick Nsibambi from camp.

The players in Camp:

Goal Keepers:

Robert Odongkara (St.George, Ethiopia), Jamal Salim (El-Merriekh, Sudan), Ismail Watenga (Vipers, Uganda) and Dennis Onyango.

Defenders:

Isaac Isinde (St George, Ethiopia), Brian Majwega (KCC, Uganda), Richard Kasagga (KCC, Uganda), Savio Kabugo (Victoria University, Uganda) , Andrew Mwesigwa (F.C Odabasey, Khazakstan) Julius Ntambi (Kira Young, Uganda), Habibu Kavuma (KCC, Uganda), Godfrey Walusimbi (Gor Mahia), Martin Kizza (Tusker, Kenya).

Midfielders:

Tonny Mawejje (Haugesund, Norway), Farouk Miya (Vipers, Uganda), Moses Oloya (Becamex Binhduong,Vitenam), Hassan Wasswa (SC Villa, Uganda), Aucho Khalid (Tusker, Kenya), Keziron Kizito (Vipers, Uganda) and Michael Sserumaga (Lweza, Uganda).

Strikers:

Geofrey Massa (University of Pretoria, South Africa), Yunus Sentamu (AS Vita, DR Congo),Daniel Sserunkuma (Gor Mahia, Kenya) and Robert Ssentongo (URA, Uganda).

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