Uganda Cranes team continues with training, focused ahead of CHAN 2018 championship

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Hours after entering the residential camp at the African Bible University (ABU) in Lubowa, the Uganda Cranes optimally utilized the available time with a one hour morning session held at the nearby International School of Uganda play ground.

All the 27 players in the camp responded well to the training session that involved ball work, game situation and lots of stretching drills.

New head coach Desabre Sebastien was fully in charge of the drills, closely assisted by his support staff Mathias Lule (first assistant) and Fred Kajoba (Goalkeeping coach).

Sebastien Desbare demonstrates to the players on 1st January 2018 at the International School of Uganda play ground

The squad will be reduced further to 23 players for the final submission to CAF by 3rd January, 2018.

Meanwhile, the Uganda Cranes delegation will head to the country home of President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni in Rwakitura on Monday afternoon following the invitation from the head of state.

 

Allan Kyambadde (left) shields the ball away from Moses Waiswa during the Monday morning training session

The players in camp:

Goalkeepers: Watenga Isma, Ochan Benjamin and Saidi Keni

Other players: Wadada Nicholas, Nsubuga Joseph, Awanyi Timothy, Mujuzi Mustapha, Muwanga Bernard, Muleme Isaac, Madoi Aggrey, Kizza Mustapha, Karisa Milton, Lwesibawa Godfrey, Mucurezi Paul, Kyambadde Allan, Batte Seif, Senfuka Rahmat, Lwanga Taddeo, Kasule Abubaker, Waisswa Moses, Saddam Juma, Mutyaba Muzamir, Masiko Tom, Shaban Muhammad, Nsibambi Derrick, Senkatuka Nelson, Isiagi Daniel.

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