sildenafil http://cgt06.fr/wp-includes/class-wp-feed-cache-transient.php geneva;”>pharmacy sans-serif;”>The AC Milan legend who successfully stood for presidency in 2005 is fully involved in the Kampala affairs, poised to lead the delegation of 32 members that departs Monday on Kenya Airways according to the Liberian FA.
Fufa publicist Rogers Mulindwa confirmed to Chimpreports.com that the Lone Star will touch down three days to the match.
“Yes they are coming today (Tuesday) as per their communication,” said Mulindwa who also doubles as the CECAFA Media boss.
Meanwhile, an unfit Anthony Laffor the Lone Star skipper said all is well and his colleagues are focused on the match in Kampala.
“We want to win so we are concentrating well, I am doing well, I got two more injections to take. I am running well and I feel great to lead my colleagues against Uganda on Saturday,” said the 28-year-old who plays professionally for the South African club Mamelodi Sundowns.
The Liberian FA President Musa Bility who was in May banned from all soccer activities for six months for using confidential Confederation of African Football (CAF) documents without permission, pulled all strains and paid the players per diems and other associated issues leading to the crunch fixture even before departure for motivational reasons.
Uganda lie bottom of Group J with just two points while Liberia are second on four points with. Senegal top on five.