The fierce rivalry between two of East African giants, illness http://coaststringfiddlers.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-list-table-compat.php Kenya and Uganda will return on Sunday afternoon in Addis Ababa, link http://chompdigital.com/wp-includes/update.php Ethiopia when action commences in group B of the 2015 Cecafa senior challenge.
Uganda go into the tournament as the main favorites ranked on 68th position globally, http://contentisbae.com/wp-includes/class-json.php the highest among all the participants. The Cranes are also the only team that has qualified for worldcup group stages and currently top the Afcon qualifiers.
Uganda boost a record 13 titles with their Sunday’s opponent following with six. The Harambee stars come into the match as defending champions having won the last edition held in Nairobi in December 2013.
Uganda last won the title in 2012 at home in Namboole under coach Bobby Williamson beating Kenya 2-1 courtesy of Geoffrey Kizito’s late winner and an own goal. The scottish coach is now heading the Harambee Stars while Joseph Ocaya is the only member of that team present in this tourney.
Cranes boss Milutin ‘Micho’ has stressed that his team will go for the trophy.
“We are going to Ethiopia to win definately, no team goes just for participation. We shall try out most of the players who will be used in Chan,” coach Micho said.
How Uganda will line up.
Vipers rising star James Alitho is expected to start in between the post after a good exhibition in the Chan qualifiers.
Simba SC star, Murshid Jjuuko is expected to partner with Hassan Waswa Dazo in the heart of defence while another Kcca fc star Joseph Ochaya mans the left wing as Dennis Okot does the other.
Coach Micho is likely to use four midfielders with Ivan Ntege shielding the defence while KCCA FC teammate Muzamir Mutyaba partners with Captain Farouk Miya and Keziron Kizito in the creative role.
League topscorer, Ceasar Okhuti and Erisa Sekisambu are expected to look for goals.
Cranes probable XI:
James Alitho, Joseph Ochaya, Murshid Jjuuko, Dennis Okot, Hassan Waswa Dazo, Ivan Ntege, Muzamir Mutyaba,
Erisa Sekisambu, Keziron Kizito, Farouk Miya(C), Ceasar Okhuti.
Kenya probable XI.
Boniface Oluoch ( GK )
Defenders : Harun Shakava, David Owino, Joe
Birgen, Omar Mbongi
Midfielders : Teddy Akumu, Collins Okoth, Ali
Strikers : Michael Olunga, Jesse Were
President Yoweri Museveni has said he still has super stamina to consolidate developments the country has achieved and also move the country to greater strides despite his advance age at 71.
Addressing thousands of supporters in Achet parish, story http://clipvoice.it/administrator/components/com_menus/models/menu.php Lalogi sub county in Omoro county, try http://dandruffdeconstructed.com/wp-admin/includes/continents-cities.php Gulu district on Saturday, buy more about Museveni who had made a youthful stunt by running from his tent to the to the stage, said physical fitness is none of his worries.
The son of Kaguta physically found his way to State House when he accused the Uganda Peoples Congress party for rigging the 1980 elections and subsequently launched a guerrilla struggle that materialized in five years.
“I am 71 now but with a great stamina to fulfill everything. and maintain the good we have achieved which speak for themselves and also drive our country to more bigger things.” Museveni said.
Museveni caused wild laughter when he stressed that he can easily box anyone who dares to confront him physically.
“You see me here I can box anyone who tampers with me. All the energy is still there to maximally protect myself from any physical attack.” Museveni said while illustrating his boxing stamina.
The president also told people of Acholi that the National Resistance Movement party stands for national unity and has capacity to do every good thing for the country.
Museveni observed that the ruling party strongly concentrated on unity that automatically ushered in strength in the different communities, resulting to peace that is being enjoyed in each and every corner of the country.
“The NRM stands for unity. Since and it’s inception we have been emphasizing (it) strongly. The unity that we ensured brought in strength in the societies and in the end there is peace everywhere.” Museveni observed.