After the Togo game at Namboole, about it this http://cu1cali.com/components/com_k2/templates/default/latest_item.php one of my friends narrated to me how he had bought a fake ticket from one of the FUFA gazetted centers and that was Shell capital on Kampala road.
I took him as not being serious because I didn’t expect such until it happened to me last Saturday during the game against Ghana.
I went to late Makubuya’s shop where I normally buy Cranes’ games ticket, decease http://crewchiefpro.com/wp-admin/includes/noop.php this is the only gazetted centre to sell Uganda Cranes’ tickets in Jinja city and the whole of eastern Uganda and I bought a ticket of 20, abortion 000 pink in colour but reaching Namboole at the southern gate where I was supposed to pass, I was told that it was fake and I confirmed it when they showed me the real ticked.
As I was still complaining, two respected gentlemen were also denied entrance because of the same and for them; they had got theirs from city shoppers another gazetted centre in Mukono.
Because of my love for the Cranes, I had to dip into my pockets for another ticket. It’s really absurd to buy a ticket from a place gazetted by FUFA, move along distance from upcountry, sacrificing your time and money for the love the team and be denied entrance to support your beloved team.
I can’t put blame on the whole federation but there must be a crook in the federation who does this for its selfish desires and must be investigated for the good of our game because it doesn’t only tarnish the name of the federation but also chases away fans.
Otherwise I congratulate the Uganda Cranes for the win and it’s my prayer for us to qualify for AFCON 2015.
A Uganda Cranes contingent of 18 players and 8 officials on Sunday evening left Entebbe International Airport for Morocco via the Qatari capital, medications http://danmarknorge.org/wp-admin/includes/template.php Doha.
Uganda will play Guinea this Wednesday in the last group game. Ghana will be hosting Togo on the same day in Tamale.
Uganda will play Guinea in Morocco where the West African team has hosted all its group E AFCON 2015 qualification games because of the Ebola outbreak in their country.
The Leader of Delegation is FUFA Executive committee member, Sam Lwere
The team, which left by Qatar Airlines; flight QR 1388 thirty minutes after 6 pm is expected to arrive in Morocco on Monday morning at 11 a.m.
The Uganda Cranes advance team led by FUFA C.E.O, Edgar Watson is already in Morocco.
Uganda’s Delegation to Morocco:
Denis Onyango, Robert Odongkara
Andrew Mwesigwa (Captain), Godfrey Walusimbi, Isaac Isinde, Savio Kabugo, Habibu Kavuma, Martin Kizza
Tonny Mawejje, Geoffrey Kizito, William Luwagga Kizito, Khalid Aucho, Farouk Miya, Brian Majwega, Michael Sserumaga
Geoffrey Massa, Robert Sentongo, Daniel Sserunkuma
Leader of Delegation: Sam Lwere
Advance Team head: Edgar Watson
Head Coach: Milutin Sedrojevic
Assistant Coach: Kefa Kisala
Team Doctor: Ronald Kisolo
Team Manager: Crispus Muyinda
Goal Keeping coach: Fred Kajoba
Media Officer: Fred Katende
Team Physio: Ivan Sewanyana