2016 CHAN Qualifier (Return Leg):

Sudan Vs Uganda (Agg: 0-2)

Sunday, 25th October 2015, 8:00 p.m

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The instant dividend for patience and diligence coupled with determination has never failed to pay back handsomely in kind.

Two of the Uganda Cranes squads-men in Bright Stars’ skipper Benard Muwanga and Express F.C’s Ayub Kizza are both traveling to Sudan for the CHAN 2016 Qualifier return leg.

Coach Milutn ‘Micho’ Sredojevic and his entire technical team concurred to include the two defenders on the final 18 man squad set to travel to Khartoum for the return leg encounter of the African Nations Championships (CHAN) against Sudan.

The team was named after the last training session conducted on Friday morning at the FUFA Technical Center, Njeru.

Muwanga replaces the suspended KCCA F.C defender, Hassan Wasswa Dazo following his first leg red card.

Ayub Kizza who did not make the bench in the first leg makes the team this time round at the expense of KCCA F.C defensive midfield gem, Hakim Ssenkumba.

The Cranes won the first leg 2-0 at Nakivubo stadium with goals from Frank Kalanda and skipper Faruku Miya.

Traveling Uganda Cranes Squad:

Goalkeepers: James Alitho (Vipers SC), Mathias Kigonya (Bright Stars FC)

Defenders: Denis Okot (KCCA FC), Ibrahim Kiyemba (LwezaFC), Joseph Ochaya (KCCA FC), Isaac Muleme (SC Villa), Shafiq Bakaki (Vipers SC), Ayub Kizza (Express FC), Bernard Muwanga (Bright Stars FC),

Midfielders: Ivan Ntege (KCCA FC), Muzamil Mutyaba (KCCA FC), Keziron Kizito (Vipers SC), Faruku Miya (Vipers SC)

Strikers: Tony Odur (Express FC), Caesar Okhuti (Express FC), Frank Kalanda (URA FC), Erisa Sekisambu (Vipers SC) and John Ssemazi (Vipers SC)

Team Officials:

Head of Delegation: Richard Ochom

Team Coach: Sredojevic ‘Micho’ Milutin

Assistant Coach: Moses Basena

Goalkeeping coach: Fred Kajoba

Team Coordinator: Taban Kamala

Team Doctor: Ronald Kisolo

Team Physiotherapist: Ivan Sewanyana

Media Officer: Hamza ‘Afriqana’ Nsereko Kawuma

David Isabirye is a senior staff writer for Kawowo Sports where he covers most of the major events.

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