URA FC coach Alex Isabirye has named his CAF Confederations Cup squad and knows that it is a huge challenge for Ugandan teams in continental assignments but he says the team will have to push for a respectable show. Striker Robert Ssentongo is the only notable absentee.
The tax collectors will play in the first preliminary stage of the competition and will begin their quest against Elgeco Plus from Madagascar.
The winner will then play Orlando Pirates (South Africa) in the last 16 stage.“We shall have to win our first game in Madagascar, ambulance http://curarlaimpotencia.com/wp-admin/maint/repair.php ” Isabirye said at the team’s training grounds at Hormisdallen Primary School in Gayaza.
URA FC will start their campaign on February 13 Home in Kampala with the return leg on February 27 in Madagascar. “I have little knowledge about them but we’ll look to a better game such that we advance to the next round, price http://debbiehowes.com/wp-admin/includes/template.php ” he added.
“I have no choice but to ensure that we give everything we have to make a good campaign.”Isabirye was attending a CAF coaching course at Njeru and resumed training with the team on Monday. The four-time Uganda Cup champions will not have major friendlies ahead of the task.“It is important that the boys know what to expect,” he noted.
Goalkeepers: Brian Bwete, Sulait Luyima & James Ssetuba
Defenders: Sam Sekitto, Simeon Massa (Capt.), Allan Munaaba, Jimmy Kulaba, Sam Senkoomi, Jonathan Mugabi, Dan Othieno & Martin Opolot.
Midfielders: Yasser Mugerwa, Oscar Agaba, Saidi Kyeyune, Godfrey Buni, Ali Feni, Elkanah Nkugwa, James Kasibante & Ilic Milos.
Strikers: Ronald Kigongo, Frank Kalanda, Patrick Ochan Peter Lwasa & Noah Ssemakula.
Meanwhile, the team on Tuesday sealed two strategic partnerships which have been hailed by the authority’s Commissioner General Doris Akol.
Akol said she was delighted for the club which she witnessed right from the start.
“I have long been involved in this club since it started in Lyantonde,” Akol, who was re-assuring players and support staff of the Authority’s commitment to the team recalled.
She was there to receive Hema Beverages, the manufacturers of Hema drinking water, who announced their one-year support to the club.
According to the company’s marketing manager Poojari Uday, Hema will offer drinking water to the team for one year.
“We are happy to be associated with URA FC, a leading club in Uganda,” Uday said. “We look forward to working with you forever,” he added.
Akol also launched a club initiative where Verma Co, importers of Boxer motorcycles in Uganda will supply boda-bodas to the team.
“We know we pay you a salary but we want to complement your earnings. Use them well such that you can also have something to boast about,” she noted.
40 URA FC staffers including players will each receive one motorcycle in the team’s attempt aimed at supplementing salaries.
President Museveni has opened the Uganda National Students’ Association Council (UNSA) meeting and advised student leaders that as future national leaders, sales http://circleofliferediscovery.com/blog/wp-includes/simplepie/misc.php they needed to be ideologically clear and alert to appreciate what can guarantee the interest and prosperity of Uganda and her citizens in order to safeguard those interests at all costs.
The UNSA council is currently taking place at Teso College Aloet in Soroti Municipality.
The President told the national Students’ Council that it is important for leaders at all levels to be ideologically awake in order to make informed decisions.
He noted that wrong decisions that were generated by wrong ideologies by some post independence leaders cost many African countries, order http://curarlaimpotencia.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/subscriptions.php Uganda inclusive, physician http://cccnt.com.au/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-base.php a great fortune resulting in political instability and economic underdevelopment of the continent.
He observed that in the case of Uganda, the post independence leaders failed to know that national unity was very fundamental for the good of every Ugandan and instead divided Ugandans on the basis of either religion or tribe, completely polarizing the country.
“They formed Political Parties, UPC for Protestants, DP for Catholics, KY for Baganda and failed to know that every Ugandan citizen needed the other to be prosperous,” he said.
“We had to shun and abandon their political parties and oppose them when we were still students like you because we realized that they were taking our country in a wrong direction,” the President added.
Mr. Museveni told the students that under the National Resistance Movement, emphasis is put on nationalism and national unity bearing in mind that Ugandans need each other to prosper.
He said that the political group emphasizes pan-Africanism, works for the social-economic transformation of Ugandans and believes and promotes democratic governance.
The President noted that to cause the socio-economic transformation of Uganda, NRM is sensitizing citizens to abandon the traditional means of production and adopt modern ones that should be profit oriented.
“You cannot live a traditional way and employ traditional methods of work in the modern era because modern demands of life have also changed as society has evolved,” he said.
Mr. Museveni said that government is aware of the unemployment problem in the country but noted that the only source of employment is agriculture, the service sector, industries, business processing, out-sourcing and the Public Service.
He appealed to the youth to always support his efforts to have more factories built in the country adding that his efforts are always frustrated by politicians and corrupt civil servants.
“These politicians who frustrate my efforts to have more factories built in the country are your real enemies because they talk of opposing Museveni but Museveni will not work in these factories; it is you the youth,” he stressed.
He urged the youth to exercise the highest level of personal discipline referring to the adolescence stage as a “danger zone” that can damage their lives if not handled properly.
He also cautioned them against pre-marital sex, alcoholism and drug abuse, bad peer company and extravagance.