Micho: No More Experiments On Cranes Squad

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“I don’t need more experiments in Cranes. I am concentrating on the players’ mental and physical fitness now,” said the Serbian tactician who heads the Cranes technical bench.

With the exclusion of Nicolas Wadada who got an injury in a bodaboda accident, the technical bench needs only 23 players who will travel to South Africa next week.

Cranes had only one training session on Sunday and will have one more on Tuesday.

Cranes has no experienced players who have ever played in CHAN and the team will have its opening game on January 12, against Burkina Faso.


However, being inexperienced on the international level, striker Francis Olaki, is confident that the team will have positive results from the three group stage matches.

“We are underdogs but we can take the burden of qualifying to the next round,” said Olaki, a brother to Emmanuel Okwi.

Meanwhile, Micho made a surprise inclusion of goalkeeper Ali Kimera of SC Victoria University who hasn’t been in Uganda for a while as he had gone to Vietnam for greener pastures.

Micho is expected also to turn on strikers Tonny Odur and Frank Kalanda with the former already in the country after returning back from Vietnam.

Chances are high for these players to be called since Micho is opting not to test any player since Odur together with Kalanda have already proved themselves before in their respective clubs.

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