Erisa Ssekisambu (left) in action during the match
Erisa Ssekisambu (left) in action during the match
Erisa Ssekisambu (left) in action during the match

Saturday

CHAN 2016 QUALIFIER (Return Leg):

Uganda V Tanzania @Nakivubo Stadium

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After taking a day off on Sunday, the Uganda Cranes players resume training on Monday at Vienna College, Namugongo.

The players had a day off on Sunday on request of the head coach, Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic after having resumed non-residential training on Friday and Saturday.

Farouk Miya, Denis Okoth, Milton Kalisa, Muzamiru Mutyaba and Said Kyeyune who missed the last two sessions joined the training session this (Monday) morning.

Micho has already expressed his attacking philosophy of football when Uganda hosts Tanzania in the return leg.

“We shall not sit back, I expected an attack minded game” Micho said last week

Uganda carries a 3 goal cushion that followed a convincing away victory at the Amman stadium in Zanzibar last week.Erisa Ssekisambu scored two goals before on form Farouk Miya scored a late penalty to seal the emphatic victory.

Djibouti Referees to handle game

Confederations of African Football (CAF) confirmed that the match officials to handle Uganda versus Tanzania return leg of the Championship of African Nations (CHAN) qualifier will be from the horn of Africa nation, Djibouti.

Aden Abdi Aden Djamal, will be center referee with countrymen, Abdillahi Mahamoud Il Tireh and Hamze Abdi Salime the first and second assistant referees respectively.

Souleiman Ahmed Djamal, also from Djibouti will be reserve referee. Sudanese official, Osama Ata Elmanan Hassan is the confirmed match commissioner.

 

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