Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) continues with yet another busy week of multi-tasking.
At present, the Federation is logistically handling four national teams at one go as they all prepare for different competitions and tasks put forward for them to accomplish.
Uganda Cranes, the senior men’s football team remains in camp at Ivy’s Hotel Wakaliga for the second build up match against Malawi on Tuesday following Saturday’s comprehensive 3-1 victory over West Africans, Sao Tome and Prinicipe.
The Crested Cranes (Women Football Team) entered residential camp at the IUIU Kabojja campus preparing for Women’s Africa Cup of Nations double legged qualifier against Kenya.
In the same vein, the national U-17 team (Cubs) is camped at the FUFA Technical Center in preparation for the U17 CECAFA tourney in Burundi (1st -14th April 2018)
Uganda Hippos (U-20 national team) will this coming Saturday face CECAFA arch-rival South Sudan in the first of the two legs this Saturday at Lugogo during the U-20 African Nations Championship qualifiers.
Head Coach Mathias Lule who doubles as an assistant coach to Sebastian Desabre on the senior team on Sunday named the 25 squad that entered the residential camp in Lubowa at African Bible University.
All the team training sessions resume on Monday, 26th March 2018.
The 25 players in camp:
Saidi Keni, Tonny Kyamera
Fred Okot, Kyobe Salim, Mustafa Kizza, Hebert Ochayo, Musitafa Mujuzi, Geofrey Wasswa, Paul Willa, Bashir Asiku.
Allan Okello, Frank Tumwesigye, Solomon Ovoyo, Ivan Eyamu, Abubaker Kasule, Julius Poloto, Ezra Bida, Faisal Sekyanzi, Joshua Okiror Ocen,
Sadam Masereka, Steven Desi Mukwala, Hamisi Tibita, Ibrahim Thembo, Denis Otim, Joel Jangeyambe, Josua Wandera, Sadat Anaku