FUFA Summons 100 Players For All Africa Games:

Government has finalized investigations in this matter where a 27 year old American citizen Ryan Gustafson and his Ugandan counterpart Kojo Christopher are accused of possessing fake currency notes.

The state prosecutor Lillian Omara informed court on Wednesday, patient all was set for hearing of this case.

Appearing before Buganda Road Magistrate Lillian Buchana, Omara informed court that the state witnesses from South Africa and USA were ready and are expected to be in the country by next week.

Buganda road chief magistrate ordered the defense counsel Kafuzi   Jackson to obtain copies of exhibits and other related documents to be used in this case from the state prosecution.

Meanwhile the case has been fixed to 5th February for hearing. Prosecution alleges that 11th December 2014 Gustafason at his residence in Mbalwa and at Speke Hotel in Kampala, conspired with a Ugandan native Christopher Kojo to sell forged USA dollars worthy 10,000 (27million) to on.

These were arrested and charged with nine counts at Buganda Road court which included unlawfully possession of ammunition, unlawfully possession of forged dollar currency in denominations 100,50,20, selling articles bearing designs with limitations of currency ,illegal entry and conspiracy to commit the said offences, which they denied.
First Leg: Mozambique Vs Uganda (20-22nd Feb 2015)

Return Leg: Uganda Vs Mozambique (6-8th March 2015).

Second Round: March-April 2015 Uganda/Mozambique Vs Ghana.


Federation of Uganda Football Associations has summoned one hundred (100) players for the forthcoming All Africa games qualifiers that start on the weekend of 20-22nd February 2015.

FUFA technical committee chairman Hamid Juma said the training programme for the players will involve two sessions of 50 players each.

The first session Juma said, sickness will be at Villa Park Nsambya on Saturday 31 January 2015 before a second one at KCCA stadium, Lugogo on Sunday 1st February 2015.

A final squad of 30 players will be selected after the two sessions to enter residential training ahead of the Mozambique encounter.

The 11th African Games are scheduled for September 4–19, 2015 in Brazzaville, Congo. This edition marks the 50th anniversary of the Games, as well as their return to Brazzaville, which hosted the first edition in 1965.

Uganda Cranes head coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic will head the team and will be assisted by Frank Anyau. The two will work hand in hand with FUFA technical committee chairman Hamid Juma. Phillip Obwiny will also be part of the technical staff.

According to FUFA, the players were picked from various FUFA organized competitions.

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