Mulindwa who had paid a visit to the team that has camped at St. Mary’s Kitende noted that the team should train hard in preparation for their South Sudan counterparts.
“Preparations should go on to make it possible to have positive representation from you,’’ advised the former FUFA president.
The team that stated training on Sunday is coached by American-born Lisa Barg in the absence of the national team coach, Majidah Nantanda who is out of the country.
The U-20 women soccer team is expected to fly to South Sudan on Friday with 18 players expected aboard the Air Uganda plane.
”Our team is strong enough and I think we shall win the game,’’ noted Stella Nassuuna, the team captain in an interview with Chimpreports.
The African continent will have two representatives in the championships set for next year in Canada.