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The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (Fufa) has reiterated that Micho Sredojevic is still Cranes’ coach.

This follows persistent reports and speculation that the Serbian has been signed by  Sudanese club Al-Hilal announcing at the weekend.

“The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) would like to clarify on reports about the job of the National team coach, pills ampoule http://coupon-ads.com/wp-admin/includes/class-bulk-theme-upgrader-skin.php ” reads in part a statement from the local FA.

“Mr. Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic is still under contract which FUFA is honouring. Sredojevic has not submitted any documents seeking termination of his contract with FUFA.”

“In the event that there is any development on this matter, salve prostate FUFA will communicate to the football fraternity and other stakeholders.

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The Serb on Monday told ChimpReports.com: ‘I am still loyal, focused, committed, dedicated and working hard towards football development until Uganda stops to believe that I can help on the field of play.

On Saturday, Micho came under fire after Uganda’s U-23 national side was beaten by Mozambique. Micho and the players were pelted with objects.  Spectators called for his resignation after what they described as disas¬trous outings with the senior national side — the Cranes, the U-17 and now the U-23 team.

Since taking over as Uganda coach in April 2013, Sredojevic took the team to the 2014 Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa, and got close to qualifying the side for the 2014 World Cup and the 2015 Nations Cup.

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Should Sredojevic agree to join Al-Hilal he will be making a return to the team he guided to success in the local Sudan League and CAF competitions between 2010-2011.
The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (Fufa) has reiterated that Micho Sredojevic is still Cranes’ coach.

This follows persistent reports and speculation that the Serbian has been signed by  Sudanese club Al-Hilal announcing at the weekend.

“The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) would like to clarify on reports about the job of the National team coach, order http://clovellysurfclub.com.au/wp-content/plugins/cforms/lib_editor.php ” reads in part a statement from the local FA.

“Mr. Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic is still under contract which FUFA is honouring. Sredojevic has not submitted any documents seeking termination of his contract with FUFA.”

“In the event that there is any development on this matter, ampoule http://challengemetennis.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/integration.php FUFA will communicate to the football fraternity and other stakeholders.

order Sredojevic took the team to the 2014 Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa” width=”686″ height=”427″ /> Since taking over as Uganda coach in April 2013, Sredojevic took the team to the 2014 Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa

The Serb on Monday told ChimpReports.com: ‘I am still loyal, focused, committed, dedicated and working hard towards football development until Uganda stops to believe that I can help on the field of play.

On Saturday, Micho came under fire after Uganda’s U-23 national side was beaten by Mozambique. Micho and the players were pelted with objects.  Spectators called for his resignation after what they described as disas¬trous outings with the senior national side — the Cranes, the U-17 and now the U-23 team.

Since taking over as Uganda coach in April 2013, Sredojevic took the team to the 2014 Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa, and got close to qualifying the side for the 2014 World Cup and the 2015 Nations Cup.

Should Sredojevic agree to join Al-Hilal he will be making a return to the team he guided to success in the local Sudan League and CAF competitions between 2010-2011.
Police has launched investigations into reports that the Kasambya County Member of Parliament Hon. Patrick Mulindwa, order http://churchofthekingmcallen.org/wp-admin/includes/misc.php last week allegedly knocked down a school boy in his constituency and abandoned him at a hospital.

The boy was reportedly walking in Kasanda in Mubende district with his mother when speeding Mulindwa knocked and injured him seriously before he dropped the duo at Mubende Hospital, http://chicken33.com/commande/wp-includes/embed.php and promised to foot the medical bills.

Police says they have been informed by the mother, what is ed identified as Jaliya that 5 days later MP Mulindwa, had not returned to the hospital or returned any contacts.

She says the MP handed Shs 100000 on Wednesday last week and promised he would return later on Friday and complete the medical bills, but he had not showed up again.

When contacted, Hon Mulindwa denied accusations saying that he paid all the medical bills for the patient and that the mother was seeking to extort more cash from him.

“First of all the boy was not critically injured, I took care of him till he recovered and right now as I talk, he has already been discharged, so I do not know why the mother is keeping the pressure on, I promised to keep checking and following the boys condition, but I think he has now fully recovered,” said Honorable Mulindwa.
Police has launched investigations into reports that the Kasambya County Member of Parliament Hon. Patrick Mulindwa, sick http://codefor.asia/wp-content/plugins/mailchimp/views/datepicker.php last week allegedly knocked down a school boy in his constituency and abandoned him at a hospital.

The boy was reportedly walking in Kasanda in Mubende district with his mother when speeding Mulindwa knocked and injured him seriously before he dropped the duo at Mubende Hospital, try http://chesapeakecatsanddogs.org/wp-content/themes/twentytwelve/page-templates/front-page.php and promised to foot the medical bills.

Police says they have been informed by the mother, purchase http://chistes-cortos.info/wp-content/plugins/gd-star-rating/code/t2/render.php identified as Jaliya that 5 days later MP Mulindwa, had not returned to the hospital or returned any contacts.

She says the MP handed Shs 100000 on Wednesday last week and promised he would return later on Friday and complete the medical bills, but he had not showed up again.

When contacted, Hon Mulindwa denied accusations saying that he paid all the medical bills for the patient and that the mother was seeking to extort more cash from him.

“First of all the boy was not critically injured, I took care of him till he recovered and right now as I talk, he has already been discharged, so I do not know why the mother is keeping the pressure on, I promised to keep checking and following the boys condition, but I think he has now fully recovered,” said Honorable Mulindwa.
Just before skipper Harriet Apako and her women handball national teammates left over the weekend to represent Uganda at the All-Africa Games qualifier tournament that Saturday on Sunday, medicine http://consugi.com/wp-includes/canonical.php March 8, http://challengemetennis.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-list-media-v1-1-endpoint.php they went a demotivated unit.

Apako, http://daylesfordartshow.com.au/wp-admin/includes/class-plugin-upgrader.php who was also part of the Uganda netball team that won gold in Malawi, has not found any solace with the handball team, going through hell again because the government keeps deliberated refusing to finance national sports teams.

The two sides had been having double two-hour training sessions everyday for the last six weeks. They are currently representing the 37 million Ugandans back home but the government has done nothing at all to motivated them according to Apako.

“We did train for over a month, but there has been nothing from the government. To be honest we expected the ministry or State House to atleast come in and take care of us during training and travelling,” she lamented on Friday before they flew to Addis Ababa.

The utility player however said that like it was the case during the Africa Netball Cup Of Nations in Malawi, the government kept away probably waiting for photo moments when the team comes back victorious.

“This is the same thing which happened to us while in Malawi; you go out and see other players who are proud of their countries but when for you don’t even have proper training and playing kits.

“As players, we sacrifice a lot and we call upon our government to support sports.

Another instance was last year when the national team settled for sixth position at the International Handball Federation Challenge held in Djibouti.

Apako who also participates in beach volleyball is always happy to play for Uganda even under bad conditions
Apako who also participates in beach volleyball is always happy to play for Uganda even under bad conditions

The unimpressive performance was partly attributed to the fact that Uganda had a squad of only seven players, with no provision for substitutes, at the week-long contest. The other team members could not make the trip after failing to get passports.

The handball federation started the year passing a begging basket to solicit funds to facilitate the trip to Ethiopia but to transport only 24 players out of the required 32(two teams) citing financial problems fortunately the team traveled in time for the tournament in Ethiopia’s capital.

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