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FUFA's Project Cameroon is coming along well..... :thumbs:

More foreign based players join Uganda Cranes camp prior to Lesotho double header

16 hours ago
by David Isabirye

2019 Africa Cup of Nations Qualifiers (Group L)

Saturday, 13th October 2018:

Uganda Cranes vs. Lesotho Likuena – Mandela National Stadium, Namboole
Entry Fees: Ordinary (U.shs 15,000/=), VIP (U.shs 40,000/=) and VVIP (U.shs 150,000/=)

Return Leg Date: Tuesday, 16th October 2018:

Lesotho Likuena Vs Uganda Cranes – Setsoto Stadium, Maseru

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Uganda Cranes players and officials reserve a special moment for a talk session before training on Monday

From the basis of Monday’s training for the Uganda Cranes at the gigantic Mandela National Stadium, head coach Sebastien Desabre plots for an appropriate post independence gift for the Uganda citizens – victory.

The Frenchman, an ardent and keen time keeper is working around the clock to assemble a winning team as the CECAFA giants lock horns with Southern Africa nation Lesotho in a crucial group L double header home and away.

Monday’s training session was lit up with lively drills, portraying the offensive options that the technical team is planning well ahead of the double header.

The team’s proven forwards as Emmanuel Arnold Okwi and Edirisa “Torres” Lubega wasted no single hour to join the rest of teammates as they partnered with KCCA’s Henry Patrick Kaddu in training with eyes set on the Namboole goal nets.

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Uganda Cranes players go through the paces at Namboole Stadium on Monday

Okwi, Lubega were some of the latest new players to report to camp at Kabira Country club, Bukoto with Godfrey Walusimbi, Allan “Dancing Rasta” Kateregga as the foreign based players to find Nico Wakiro Wadada, Dennis Iguma and newly signed TP Mazembe left winger Joseph Benson Ochaya.

The aforementioned players are thus joined by the local legion that has stylish midfielder Sadam Ibrahim Juma, Timothy Denis Awanyi, Patrick Henry Kaddu, Isaac Isinde, Allan Kyambadde, Moses Waiswa, Tadeo Lwanga and Charles Lukwago as the only goalkeeper.

Whereas the rest of the outfield players perfected the ball work basics, Lukwago remained a busy entity with routine check ups in between the goal posts by “Africa’s number one” goalkeeping coach, Fred Kajoba.

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Goalkeeper Charles Lukwago was kept busy by coach Fred Kajoba throughout the session

The outfield players possessed the ball under the minimal spaces and were then engaged in shooting drills with the objective perfect goal scoring from all ranges.

All the players looked lively and yearned to find the back of the net.

“It has been a great training session. We all want to do well and perfect what we do in training sessions during matches” Striker Lubega, who plays in Austria with SV Ried told the media after the training regime.
Emmanuel Okwi attempts to pass the ball during training on Monday at Namboole Stadium

Tuesday being Uganda’s 56th Independence anniversary is a special day for the country and it is deservedly a public holiday.

Whereas all the Ugandan citizens will be resting and celebrating, it remains a normal day at office for the Uganda Cranes family with intensified sessions as more players join the frey ahead of the Saturday D-Day.

Meanwhile, on Wednesday, the local football governing body FUFA will launch a new kit for the national team.

Players who trained on Monday:

Goalkeeper: Charles Lukwago (KCCA FC, Uganda)

Defenders: Isaac Isinde (Kirinya Jinja SS, Uganda), Murushid Juuko (Simba SC, Tanzania), Timothy Denis Awanyi (KCCA FC, Uganda), Denis Iguma (Kazma FC, Kuwait), Nicholas Wadada (Azam FC, Tanzania), Godfrey Walusimbi (Kaizer Chiefs, South Africa) FC, Joseph Ochaya (TP Mazembe, DR Congo)

Midfielders: Ibrahim Sadam Juma (KCCA FC, Uganda), Tadeo Lwanga (Vipers SC, Uganda), Allan Kateregga (Cape Town City, South Africa), Moses Waisswa (Vipers Sc, Uganda), Allan Kyambadde (KCCA, Uganda)

Forwards: Emmanuel Arnold Okwi (Simba, Tanzania), Edrisa Lubega (SV Ried, Austria), Patrick Kaddu (KCCA FC, Uganda)
https://www.kawowo.com/2018/10/08/more- ... le-header/

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Chinese will be slapping da heck outta your coach and president if they dare lose the game. :laugh:

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Chinese will be slapping da heck outta your coach and president if they dare lose the game. :laugh:

The Chinese can slap them all they want if they do not do their job(s).

No patriotic Ugandan will be slapped by a Chinese in UG, and get away with it.

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How is this soccer related? Mods, please sangalo this thread to dart or checkers forum :arrow: :arrow:

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Kabalega wrote:
FUFA's Project Cameroon is coming along well..... :thumbs:

More foreign based players join Uganda Cranes camp prior to Lesotho double header

16 hours ago
by David Isabirye

2019 Africa Cup of Nations Qualifiers (Group L)

Saturday, 13th October 2018:

Uganda Cranes vs. Lesotho Likuena – Mandela National Stadium, Namboole
Entry Fees: Ordinary (U.shs 15,000/=), VIP (U.shs 40,000/=) and VVIP (U.shs 150,000/=)

Return Leg Date: Tuesday, 16th October 2018:

Lesotho Likuena Vs Uganda Cranes – Setsoto Stadium, Maseru

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Uganda Cranes players and officials reserve a special moment for a talk session before training on Monday

From the basis of Monday’s training for the Uganda Cranes at the gigantic Mandela National Stadium, head coach Sebastien Desabre plots for an appropriate post independence gift for the Uganda citizens – victory.

The Frenchman, an ardent and keen time keeper is working around the clock to assemble a winning team as the CECAFA giants lock horns with Southern Africa nation Lesotho in a crucial group L double header home and away.

Monday’s training session was lit up with lively drills, portraying the offensive options that the technical team is planning well ahead of the double header.

The team’s proven forwards as Emmanuel Arnold Okwi and Edirisa “Torres” Lubega wasted no single hour to join the rest of teammates as they partnered with KCCA’s Henry Patrick Kaddu in training with eyes set on the Namboole goal nets.

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Uganda Cranes players go through the paces at Namboole Stadium on Monday

Okwi, Lubega were some of the latest new players to report to camp at Kabira Country club, Bukoto with Godfrey Walusimbi, Allan “Dancing Rasta” Kateregga as the foreign based players to find Nico Wakiro Wadada, Dennis Iguma and newly signed TP Mazembe left winger Joseph Benson Ochaya.

The aforementioned players are thus joined by the local legion that has stylish midfielder Sadam Ibrahim Juma, Timothy Denis Awanyi, Patrick Henry Kaddu, Isaac Isinde, Allan Kyambadde, Moses Waiswa, Tadeo Lwanga and Charles Lukwago as the only goalkeeper.

Whereas the rest of the outfield players perfected the ball work basics, Lukwago remained a busy entity with routine check ups in between the goal posts by “Africa’s number one” goalkeeping coach, Fred Kajoba.

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Goalkeeper Charles Lukwago was kept busy by coach Fred Kajoba throughout the session

The outfield players possessed the ball under the minimal spaces and were then engaged in shooting drills with the objective perfect goal scoring from all ranges.

All the players looked lively and yearned to find the back of the net.

“It has been a great training session. We all want to do well and perfect what we do in training sessions during matches” Striker Lubega, who plays in Austria with SV Ried told the media after the training regime.
Emmanuel Okwi attempts to pass the ball during training on Monday at Namboole Stadium

Tuesday being Uganda’s 56th Independence anniversary is a special day for the country and it is deservedly a public holiday.

Whereas all the Ugandan citizens will be resting and celebrating, it remains a normal day at office for the Uganda Cranes family with intensified sessions as more players join the frey ahead of the Saturday D-Day.

Meanwhile, on Wednesday, the local football governing body FUFA will launch a new kit for the national team.

Players who trained on Monday:

Goalkeeper: Charles Lukwago (KCCA FC, Uganda)

Defenders: Isaac Isinde (Kirinya Jinja SS, Uganda), Murushid Juuko (Simba SC, Tanzania), Timothy Denis Awanyi (KCCA FC, Uganda), Denis Iguma (Kazma FC, Kuwait), Nicholas Wadada (Azam FC, Tanzania), Godfrey Walusimbi (Kaizer Chiefs, South Africa) FC, Joseph Ochaya (TP Mazembe, DR Congo)

Midfielders: Ibrahim Sadam Juma (KCCA FC, Uganda), Tadeo Lwanga (Vipers SC, Uganda), Allan Kateregga (Cape Town City, South Africa), Moses Waisswa (Vipers Sc, Uganda), Allan Kyambadde (KCCA, Uganda)

Forwards: Emmanuel Arnold Okwi (Simba, Tanzania), Edrisa Lubega (SV Ried, Austria), Patrick Kaddu (KCCA FC, Uganda)
https://www.kawowo.com/2018/10/08/more- ... le-header/


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 09, 2018 10:41 pm 
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Kabalega wrote:
FUFA's Project Cameroon is coming along well..... :thumbs:

More foreign based players join Uganda Cranes camp prior to Lesotho double header

16 hours ago
by David Isabirye

2019 Africa Cup of Nations Qualifiers (Group L)

Saturday, 13th October 2018:

Uganda Cranes vs. Lesotho Likuena – Mandela National Stadium, Namboole
Entry Fees: Ordinary (U.shs 15,000/=), VIP (U.shs 40,000/=) and VVIP (U.shs 150,000/=)

Return Leg Date: Tuesday, 16th October 2018:

Lesotho Likuena Vs Uganda Cranes – Setsoto Stadium, Maseru

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Uganda Cranes players and officials reserve a special moment for a talk session before training on Monday

From the basis of Monday’s training for the Uganda Cranes at the gigantic Mandela National Stadium, head coach Sebastien Desabre plots for an appropriate post independence gift for the Uganda citizens – victory.

The Frenchman, an ardent and keen time keeper is working around the clock to assemble a winning team as the CECAFA giants lock horns with Southern Africa nation Lesotho in a crucial group L double header home and away.

Monday’s training session was lit up with lively drills, portraying the offensive options that the technical team is planning well ahead of the double header.

The team’s proven forwards as Emmanuel Arnold Okwi and Edirisa “Torres” Lubega wasted no single hour to join the rest of teammates as they partnered with KCCA’s Henry Patrick Kaddu in training with eyes set on the Namboole goal nets.

Image
Uganda Cranes players go through the paces at Namboole Stadium on Monday

Okwi, Lubega were some of the latest new players to report to camp at Kabira Country club, Bukoto with Godfrey Walusimbi, Allan “Dancing Rasta” Kateregga as the foreign based players to find Nico Wakiro Wadada, Dennis Iguma and newly signed TP Mazembe left winger Joseph Benson Ochaya.

The aforementioned players are thus joined by the local legion that has stylish midfielder Sadam Ibrahim Juma, Timothy Denis Awanyi, Patrick Henry Kaddu, Isaac Isinde, Allan Kyambadde, Moses Waiswa, Tadeo Lwanga and Charles Lukwago as the only goalkeeper.

Whereas the rest of the outfield players perfected the ball work basics, Lukwago remained a busy entity with routine check ups in between the goal posts by “Africa’s number one” goalkeeping coach, Fred Kajoba.

Image
Goalkeeper Charles Lukwago was kept busy by coach Fred Kajoba throughout the session

The outfield players possessed the ball under the minimal spaces and were then engaged in shooting drills with the objective perfect goal scoring from all ranges.

All the players looked lively and yearned to find the back of the net.

“It has been a great training session. We all want to do well and perfect what we do in training sessions during matches” Striker Lubega, who plays in Austria with SV Ried told the media after the training regime.
Emmanuel Okwi attempts to pass the ball during training on Monday at Namboole Stadium

Tuesday being Uganda’s 56th Independence anniversary is a special day for the country and it is deservedly a public holiday.

Whereas all the Ugandan citizens will be resting and celebrating, it remains a normal day at office for the Uganda Cranes family with intensified sessions as more players join the frey ahead of the Saturday D-Day.

Meanwhile, on Wednesday, the local football governing body FUFA will launch a new kit for the national team.

Players who trained on Monday:

Goalkeeper: Charles Lukwago (KCCA FC, Uganda)

Defenders: Isaac Isinde (Kirinya Jinja SS, Uganda), Murushid Juuko (Simba SC, Tanzania), Timothy Denis Awanyi (KCCA FC, Uganda), Denis Iguma (Kazma FC, Kuwait), Nicholas Wadada (Azam FC, Tanzania), Godfrey Walusimbi (Kaizer Chiefs, South Africa) FC, Joseph Ochaya (TP Mazembe, DR Congo)

Midfielders: Ibrahim Sadam Juma (KCCA FC, Uganda), Tadeo Lwanga (Vipers SC, Uganda), Allan Kateregga (Cape Town City, South Africa), Moses Waisswa (Vipers Sc, Uganda), Allan Kyambadde (KCCA, Uganda)

Forwards: Emmanuel Arnold Okwi (Simba, Tanzania), Edrisa Lubega (SV Ried, Austria), Patrick Kaddu (KCCA FC, Uganda)
https://www.kawowo.com/2018/10/08/more- ... le-header/

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pajimoh wrote:
Kabalega wrote:
FUFA's Project Cameroon is coming along well..... :thumbs:

More foreign based players join Uganda Cranes camp prior to Lesotho double header

16 hours ago
by David Isabirye

2019 Africa Cup of Nations Qualifiers (Group L)

Saturday, 13th October 2018:

Uganda Cranes vs. Lesotho Likuena – Mandela National Stadium, Namboole
Entry Fees: Ordinary (U.shs 15,000/=), VIP (U.shs 40,000/=) and VVIP (U.shs 150,000/=)

Return Leg Date: Tuesday, 16th October 2018:

Lesotho Likuena Vs Uganda Cranes – Setsoto Stadium, Maseru

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Uganda Cranes players and officials reserve a special moment for a talk session before training on Monday

From the basis of Monday’s training for the Uganda Cranes at the gigantic Mandela National Stadium, head coach Sebastien Desabre plots for an appropriate post independence gift for the Uganda citizens – victory.

The Frenchman, an ardent and keen time keeper is working around the clock to assemble a winning team as the CECAFA giants lock horns with Southern Africa nation Lesotho in a crucial group L double header home and away.

Monday’s training session was lit up with lively drills, portraying the offensive options that the technical team is planning well ahead of the double header.

The team’s proven forwards as Emmanuel Arnold Okwi and Edirisa “Torres” Lubega wasted no single hour to join the rest of teammates as they partnered with KCCA’s Henry Patrick Kaddu in training with eyes set on the Namboole goal nets.

Image
Uganda Cranes players go through the paces at Namboole Stadium on Monday

Okwi, Lubega were some of the latest new players to report to camp at Kabira Country club, Bukoto with Godfrey Walusimbi, Allan “Dancing Rasta” Kateregga as the foreign based players to find Nico Wakiro Wadada, Dennis Iguma and newly signed TP Mazembe left winger Joseph Benson Ochaya.

The aforementioned players are thus joined by the local legion that has stylish midfielder Sadam Ibrahim Juma, Timothy Denis Awanyi, Patrick Henry Kaddu, Isaac Isinde, Allan Kyambadde, Moses Waiswa, Tadeo Lwanga and Charles Lukwago as the only goalkeeper.

Whereas the rest of the outfield players perfected the ball work basics, Lukwago remained a busy entity with routine check ups in between the goal posts by “Africa’s number one” goalkeeping coach, Fred Kajoba.

Image
Goalkeeper Charles Lukwago was kept busy by coach Fred Kajoba throughout the session

The outfield players possessed the ball under the minimal spaces and were then engaged in shooting drills with the objective perfect goal scoring from all ranges.

All the players looked lively and yearned to find the back of the net.

“It has been a great training session. We all want to do well and perfect what we do in training sessions during matches” Striker Lubega, who plays in Austria with SV Ried told the media after the training regime.
Emmanuel Okwi attempts to pass the ball during training on Monday at Namboole Stadium

Tuesday being Uganda’s 56th Independence anniversary is a special day for the country and it is deservedly a public holiday.

Whereas all the Ugandan citizens will be resting and celebrating, it remains a normal day at office for the Uganda Cranes family with intensified sessions as more players join the frey ahead of the Saturday D-Day.

Meanwhile, on Wednesday, the local football governing body FUFA will launch a new kit for the national team.

Players who trained on Monday:

Goalkeeper: Charles Lukwago (KCCA FC, Uganda)

Defenders: Isaac Isinde (Kirinya Jinja SS, Uganda), Murushid Juuko (Simba SC, Tanzania), Timothy Denis Awanyi (KCCA FC, Uganda), Denis Iguma (Kazma FC, Kuwait), Nicholas Wadada (Azam FC, Tanzania), Godfrey Walusimbi (Kaizer Chiefs, South Africa) FC, Joseph Ochaya (TP Mazembe, DR Congo)

Midfielders: Ibrahim Sadam Juma (KCCA FC, Uganda), Tadeo Lwanga (Vipers SC, Uganda), Allan Kateregga (Cape Town City, South Africa), Moses Waisswa (Vipers Sc, Uganda), Allan Kyambadde (KCCA, Uganda)

Forwards: Emmanuel Arnold Okwi (Simba, Tanzania), Edrisa Lubega (SV Ried, Austria), Patrick Kaddu (KCCA FC, Uganda)
https://www.kawowo.com/2018/10/08/more- ... le-header/

World cup started in 1930. Uganda's appearance to date = 0, zero, zilch, nada, nil

The next time you post non football she1t like this on this forum again, I'm gonna kick ya fur- king arse :curse: :taunt:

Like Uganda kicks 9ja's arse time after time.... :taunt: :taunt: :thumb:

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My goodness!! That squad list is enough to strike terror in the hearts on any opposing team!! I predict at least a world cup semi final in 2022.

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My goodness!! That squad list is enough to strike terror in the hearts on any opposing team!! I predict at least a world cup semi final in 2022.


Kuwait a minute...they will start by winning the next AFCON! Mark Kabalega's word...

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bushboy wrote:
My goodness!! That squad list is enough to strike terror in the hearts on any opposing team!! I predict at least a world cup semi final in 2022.


Kuwait a minute...they will start by winning the next AFCON! Mark Kabalega's word...

:thumbs: :thumbs: Remember 1978. We will win it for Phillip Omondi. :thumbs:

Seriously, CAF reps at the last few WCs have been jockers. Africa needs to send serious teams to the WC. :taunt: :taunt: :D

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Kabalega wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
bushboy wrote:
My goodness!! That squad list is enough to strike terror in the hearts on any opposing team!! I predict at least a world cup semi final in 2022.


Kuwait a minute...they will start by winning the next AFCON! Mark Kabalega's word...

:thumbs: :thumbs: Remember 1978. We will win it for Phillip Omondi. :thumbs:

Seriously, CAF reps at the last few WCs have been jockers. Africa needs to send serious teams to the WC. :taunt: :taunt: :D

Just for laughs, which "serious" teams do you have in mind?

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pajimoh wrote:
Kabalega wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
bushboy wrote:
My goodness!! That squad list is enough to strike terror in the hearts on any opposing team!! I predict at least a world cup semi final in 2022.


Kuwait a minute...they will start by winning the next AFCON! Mark Kabalega's word...

:thumbs: :thumbs: Remember 1978. We will win it for Phillip Omondi. :thumbs:

Seriously, CAF reps at the last few WCs have been jockers. Africa needs to send serious teams to the WC. :taunt: :taunt: :D

Just for laughs, which "serious" teams do you have in mind?

Angola did OK the last time they showed up at 9ja's expense... :taunt: :taunt:

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Kabalega wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
Kabalega wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
bushboy wrote:
My goodness!! That squad list is enough to strike terror in the hearts on any opposing team!! I predict at least a world cup semi final in 2022.


Kuwait a minute...they will start by winning the next AFCON! Mark Kabalega's word...

:thumbs: :thumbs: Remember 1978. We will win it for Phillip Omondi. :thumbs:

Seriously, CAF reps at the last few WCs have been jockers. Africa needs to send serious teams to the WC. :taunt: :taunt: :D

Just for laughs, which "serious" teams do you have in mind?

Angola did OK the last time they showed up at 9ja's expense... :taunt: :taunt:


I take it they hated the experience 'cos they've refused to show up again? I wonder why you didn't mention the bird with the skinny legs? :tic:

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So not only do they have Africa's no. 1 keeper, they also have Africa's no.1 goalkeeping coach. Must be national titles. Foreign based players from Kuwait, Austria, S. Africa, Congo.... :)

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So not only do they have Africa's no. 1 keeper, they also have Africa's no.1 goalkeeping coach. Must be national titles. Foreign based players from Kuwait, Austria, S. Africa, Congo.... :)
You noticed this. :thumb: There is more to it but ....
Keep living your TBL lie, because at the end of the day, UG has a better head to head record than 9ja.
Facts not feelings.... :taunt: :D

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The crocodiles will eat you for lunch Kabalega, you mark my words :thumbs:

Lesotho national team aren't called Likuena (the crocodiles) for nothing and always make short work of minnows like Ug. :taunt: :taunt:

Kabalega please make sure you do roll call after the game, we dont want your compatriots disappearing and melting into the streets of southern africa :taunt:

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The crocodiles will eat you for lunch Kabalega, you mark my words :thumbs:

Lesotho national team aren't called Likuena (the crocodiles) for nothing and always make short work of minnows like Ug. :taunt: :taunt:

Kabalega please make sure you do roll call after the game, we dont want your compatriots disappearing and melting into the streets of southern africa :taunt:
Uganda is not Ghana! :tic:
Ugandan players taking off in SA :lol: :lol: If I got a penny for every Southern African in UG, I would be wealthier than Jeff Bezos. :P

At the end of the day the Cranes are going to Cameroon meanwhile a certain team lies 2nd to last in their group and as of today will not qualify .... :taunt: :taunt:

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..,when he said "foreign based" I was expecting names like Ho Ming, Shang Hai, and Xing Min Xu...

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