Kampala City Council Authority FC has unveiled a squad of twenty (20) players who will represent the team in the upcoming 2015 Cecafa Kagame Cup.
Among the selected squad includes eight new faces signed recently.
Youthful goal keeper Emmanuel Opio has been selected together with Benjamin Ocan ahead of Yassin Mugabi, pills advice http://clipvoice.it/administrator/components/com_contenthistory/controller.php who has been left behind due to an injury.
Daniel Isiagi has also been omitted because of an injury while speedy striker Paul Mucureezi is currently sitting exams.
KCCA Fc has played a number of build up matches including Tuesday’s 1-0 loss to Uganda Kobs (U-23) and coach Sam Simbwa is optimistic the team will carry the day in Tanzania.
“These boys will do a wonderful job when we get there. We have had intensive training sessions with them and am sure all the toil will surely pay, pharmacy http://center4research.org/wp-admin/includes/comment.php ” a hopeful coach Sam Simbwa said.
The team will have two days to adapt before opening campaign against Azam FC on Sunday 19th before returning On Wednesday 22nd versus Adama City and finally close group stages fixtures with Malaika FC on Saturday 25th.
CAF U-23 final round Qualifiers
Saturday 18th July 2015
Egypt U-23 Vs Uganda-23
@ Borg Al Arab Stadium, sildenafil http://cleanenergybiofuels.com/wp-admin/includes/list-table.php Alexandria.
Ugandan time: 8:15 p.m
2015 Big league top scorer, order Alex Bukenya Kitata has been named in the Uganda Kobs sixteen-man team travelling to Egypt for the first leg of the final qualifying round of Caf Under-23 championships.
The Speedy Saints Fc striker is in the final squad for the first time after a series of trials with the national team.
Coach Micho named sixteen players who will be joined (from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia) by Richard Kassaga, who is currently in South Africa for trials with the Mpumulanga Black Aces.
First choice custodian, Salim Jamal will complete the list of eighteen players when he links up with the rest of the team in Egypt from Algeria where his club El Merreikh is currently training.
The return leg will be played a fortnight later with the aggregate winner qualifying for the 2015 Caf Under-23 championship to be held in Senegal later in the year.
The sixteen travelling squad;
James Alitho, Deus Bukenya, Ibrahim Kiyemba, Bukenya Kitata, Shafiq Bakaki, Keziron Kizito, Martin Kiiza and Fahad Muhammed Hassan.
Others include Taddeo Lwanga, Junior Sentamu Yunus, Brian Ochwo, Miya Faruku, John Ssemazzi, Erisa Sekisambu, Patrick Mbowa and Brian Nkubi.