The Uganda Cranes team resumed training after they returned from South Sudan from the 1st leg of the CHAN 2018 qualifier that ended 0-0.
Team captain and KCCA striker Geoffrey Sserunkuuma missed a penalty kick in the 51st minute against South Sudan in the goalless stalemate in Juba.
The team returns to training at KCCA home ground in preparation for the return leg on Saturday in a game they must win to keep their hopes of playing in the CHAN tournament next year alive.
The 2nd leg of the CHAN 2018 qualifier will be played at the Phillip Omondi stadium in Lugogo, Kampala on July 22.
The Cranes are supposed to win the return leg at home next Saturday while South Sudan need any scoring draw to go through.
If Uganda Cranes go through, they will face either Tanzania or Rwanda who drew 1-1 in the first leg at Mwanza stadium, to confirm a place in the CHAN tournament.
The CHAN competition is for only home-based players and it will be hosted by Kenya next year.
CHAN 2018 Qualifiers
Uganda Vs South Sudan
22nd July 2017, Kampala (4 pm)
The players who took part in training:
Ismael Watenga, Ken Saidi , Tom Ikara, Nicolas Wadada, Paul Musamali, Brian Majwega, Savio Kabugo, Timothy Awany, Bernard Muwanga, Milton Karisa, Isaac Muleme, , Deus Bukenya, Tom Masiko, Muzamir Mutyaba, Paul Mucureezi, John Adriko, Geofrey Sserunkuma (Captain), Derrick Nsibambi, Moses Waiswa, Nicholas Kasozi and Shafiq Kagimu.