AFCONQ2022: Here are the Bright Stars likely to face the Cranes in November

The head coach of South Sudan Ashu Cyprian Besong has named his final 21 man squad ahead of a trip to Yaounde Cameroon tomorrow (Sunday) evening. 

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The head coach of South Sudan Ashu Cyprian Besong has named his final 21 man squad ahead of a trip to Yaounde Cameroon tomorrow (Sunday) evening.


Among the names familiar to Ugandans, are former Vipers SC now Gor Mahia FC forward Tito Okello, Busoga United’s Wani Ivan Marcello and Mbarara City FC forward Wol Makueth.

Other notables are midfielder Thok Koang Kerjok and center back Hassan James Martin both of Al Hilal Kadougli.


The 21 man squad consists of two (2) goal keepers, Seven (7) defenders, Eight (8) midfielders and Four (4) forwards.

The Bright Stars will fly out to Yaounde Cameroon tomorrow October 4, 2020 at 5pm aboard an ethiopian airline flight, sources have told STADAILY.


The team will be engaged in an international friendly game agansit Cameroon on October 10, 2020.

However, they are expected to play against PWD Bamenda on the 07th October, 2020 in a warm up match before gauging themselves against the Indomitable Lions.

The technical team will use the two friendlies  to fine-tune the players as they gear up for the double header encounters against the Uganda Cranes in November, 2020 in the  2022 Total Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.

The Squad:

Goalkeepers: Ramadan John (Malakia FC Juba, South Sudan), Robert Joseph (Al Salam FC Wau, South Sudan)

DefendersPeter Manyang Maker (Amarat United FC, South Sudan), Rahan Angier (Munuki FC Juba, South Sudan), Mutwakil Abdelkarim (Atlabara FC Juba, South Sudan), Majok Bak Mathiang (Amarat United FC, South Sudan), Hasoon James Martin (Al Hilal Kadougli FC, Sudan), Omot Sebit (Merriekh FC Juba, South Sudan), Salah Abubakar Adam (Al Salam Wau FC, South Sudan) 

Midfielders:Dominic Angelo (Munuki FC Juba, South Sudan), Stephen Pawaar Loli (Munuki FC Juba, South Sudan), Koang Thok Kerijok (Al Hilal Kadougli, Sudan), Tingba Justin John Mbokani (Super Eagles FC Yambio, South Sudan), Daniel Warabek Aten Deng (Salam FC Bor, South Sudan), Emannuel Thomas Lumeri (Amarat United FC, South Sudan), Wani Evans Marcello (Busoga United FC, Uganda), Jimmy Micheal Umar (Atlabara FC Juba, South Sudan) 

Forwards: Jose Kuch (Amarat United FC, South Sudan), Tito Okello  (Gor Mahia FC, Kenya), Sabri Mutawakil (Amarat United FC, South Sudan), Wol Makueth (Mbarara City FC, Uganda) 

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