Cranes Defender Guma Calls For Teamwork In CHAN

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Although the Federation is still financially struggling, Cranes re-grouped on Friday to start preps for CHAN championship.

Francis Olaki, who is likely to make his national team debut in South Africa as a striker, is sure that the team is strong enough to tame other opponents in the group and go through to the next round.

“I think we are strong enough and we need to lift our morale so that we can qualify from group stages this time,” said Olaki, a brother to Emmanuel Okwi who has just joined Yanga Africans of Tanzania.

Players like Joseph Mpande (Vipers), who has been playing for Ndejje University in the Inter-university games that were concluded on Friday in Mukono, didn’t attend the training.


Also Nicolas Wadada (Vipers), who is said to have got a boda boda accident some days back, didn’t attend the training.

The last time Uganda participated in CHAN championship in 2011 in Sudan, failed to qualify from group stages and only scored one goal not even from a striker but from a midfielder Sadam Juma and a penalty at worst.

Among those who played in CHAN that time (two years back now), none has been summoned for next years’ same tournament.

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