The Uganda Cranes head coach Johnathan Mckinstry has aplauded his players for working hard during the just concluded five day training camp in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Mckinstry has however urged the boys to work even extra harder if they are to earn places on the Cranes squad that is expected to be summoned before the end of October, 2020.
A contingent of a team mainly composed of locally based players and officials on Tuesday returned from Dubai aboard Dubai Airlines following what officials have referred to as a successful camp.
Among the 26 people on board, were two foreign based players that is Allan Kateregga and TP Mazembe’s Joseph Ochaya. However, Ochaya was due to connect to Kinshasa on Tuesday evening.
Uganda Cranes is expected to host South Sudan on the 12th of November 2020 before traveling for the away match a few days later in the 2022 AFCON Qualifiers.
According to the FUFA website, “the Federation will release the detailed programme and updates relating to the two matches.”
The Uganda Cranes contigent that returned to Uganda.
Charles Lukwago (KCCA, Uganda), Joel Mutakubwa (Kyetume, Uganda), Milton Karisa (Vipers, Uganda), David Owori (SC Villa, Uganda), Bright Anukani (KCCA, Uganda), Saidi Kyeyune (URA, Uganda), Paul Mbowa (URA, Uganda), Samuel Kato (KCCA, Uganda), Halid Lwaliwa (Vipers, Uganda), Ibrahim Orit (Vipers SC), Shafiq Kagimu (URA, Uganda), Karim Watambala (Vipers, Uganda), Joseph Ochaya (TP Mazembe, DR Congo), Allan Kateregga (Erbil SC, Iraq)
Leader of Delegation: Ronnie Kalema (FUFA Executive Committee member)
Johnathan McKinstry (Head coach), Abdallah Mubiru (Assistant Coach), Livingston Mbabazi (Assistant Coach), Ibrahim Mugisha (Goalkeeping Coach),Felix Ayobo (Sport Scientist), Emmanuel Nakabago (Doctor), Regan Innocent Baluku (Doctor), Samuel Mulondo (Kitman), Geoffrey Massa (Team manager), Paul Mukatabala (Team officer), Ronald Lusulire (Media Officer