AFCON 2015 QUALIFIERS : Cranes arrive in Niger, ready for first training session

AFCON 2015 QUALIFIERS : Cranes arrive in Niger, ready for first training session

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AFCON 2015 QUALIFIERS: Cranes arrive in Niger, ready for first training session
Uganda Cranes Matches:

.2nd September 2014 : Niger Vs Uganda (Build up) – 7pm EAST  (5 pm in Niger)

.6th September 2014 : Ghana Vs Uganda (Afcon Qualifier) – 7pm  EAST  (5 pm in Kumasi)

.10th September 2014 : Uganda Vs Guinea (7:30pm EAST) At Namboole Stadium

Uganda National Team the cranes will be looking for a win against Guinea in their build up match
Uganda National Team the cranes will be looking for a win against Guinea in their build up match

Uganda Cranes have arrived safely in Niamey, Niger for the training camp a head of Ghana game on Saturday.

The team touched down at Diori Hamani International Airport at 1pm local Time and will be accommodated at Hôtel Tenere.

The friendly  game  between Niger and Uganda will be played tomorrow at 7pm East African Time.

Captain Andy Mwesigwa joined the team in Addis Ababa, where they had a stop over before they connected to Niger.

According to the leader of Delegation Darius Mugoye has commended the wonderful reception from the Niger Football Federation.

Tony Mawejje and Kizito Luwagga are expected at 8 p.m today while goalie, Denis Onyango, currently in Lagos (after connecting from South Africa) will arrive in Niger at midnight.

The Cranes  will have a 4 days training camp in Niger (their first today at 7pm) before they fly to Accra for a 250Km journey by air to Kumasi.

Squad:

Goal Keepers:
Dennis Onyango and Robert Odongkara

Defenders :

Denis Iguma, Godfrey Walusimbi, Savio Kabugo, Richard Kasagga, Isaac Isinde, Andrew Mwesigwa (captain)

Midfielders:

Geofrey Baba Kizito, Tonny Maweje, Aucho Khalid, Luwagga Kizito, Farouq Miya.

Strikers:
Robert Sentongo, Hamis Kizza,Brian Umony,Moses Oloya, Yunus Ssentamu

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