more about http://cosmopolitan.taconeras.net/wp-content/plugins/wordpress-importer/parsers.php geneva; color: #1d1d1d; font-size: small;”>Uganda, second place of World Cup qualifying Group ‘J’ on two points, take on the Lone Stars of Liberia at the Samuel Kanyon Doe stadium that is situated in Monrovia’s eastern suburbs.
“The enthusiasm, determination and dedication among the players is excellent. Training has been fine so far with all the young players coming Feni (Ali), Saidi (Kyeyune) and Wadada through impressive at training (only Kyeyune has travelled to Liberia of the three).
I don’t think Liberia knows so much about us but we are focused,” the Scottish born tactician stated after all the home training seasons.
“Like the Coach Bobby (Williamson) said earlier on, the game against Liberia is an important match and i expect the players to rise to occasion. Every resource and manpower is being put into preparing the squad well.
What remains is for my teammates to be solid as a team and to do the job on Sunday,” US based defender Henry Kalungi complimented hours before they left Kampala.
“We need to believe and stay focus because what we need a positive result especially in West Africa where it has always been hard to fetch a win,” goalkeeper Onyango chipped in.
Egyptian referee Mohammed Farouk will be in the middle assisted by Sherif Hassan and Dorry Tamer while Yasser Younis will be the fourth official.
Goal Keepers: Denis Onyango (Sundowns South Africa), Abel Dhaira (Simaba TZ)
Defenders: Denis Guma (SC Victoria Univ Uganda), Andy Mwesigwa (FC Ordabasy Kazakstan), Henry Kalungi (RailHawks USA), Isaac Isinde (St. George Ethiopia), Godfrey Walusimbi (Don Basco DR Congo), Joseph Ochaya (Asante Kotoko Ghana)
Midfielders: Hassan Waswa (KCCA Uganda), Said Kyeyune (URA Uganda), Musa Mudde (Simba TZ), Geoffrey ‘Baaba’ Kizito (Free Agent), Moses Oloya (Free Agent), Mike Mutyaba (TP Mazembe DR Congo), Boban Zirintusa (Dynamos Zimbabwe)