Sadam Juma Ibrahim Credit: © Kawowo Sports | DAVID ISABIRYE

Uganda Cranes Regional tours 2017:

West Nile Select Vs Uganda Cranes – Barokoro stadium – Paidha, Zombo

[/media-credit] Saddam Juma Ibrahim will once again lead the Uganda Cranes Credit: © Kawowo Sports | DAVID ISABIRYE

The two starting teams for Uganda Cranes and the West Nile select side ahead of the regional tour match at the Barokoro stadium in Zombo have been named by the respective coaches.

Express captain Ibrahim Saddam Juma will skipper the largely inexperienced national side that also has the Airtel FUFA Footballer of the Year, Muhammed Shaban.

Micho has handled the attacking mantle for the team to Shaban alongside University Football League product, Steven Mukwala.

A bulk of Paidha Black Angels players are on the West Nile select team.

FUFA referee, William Oloya, also tagged as the Engineer will handle the game where hundreds of fans stormed the Bar Okoro playground as early as 10:00 a.m.

The Regional Tours are co-sponsored by Airtel Uganda and Nile Breweries Limited.

 West Nile XI: Saidi Data (G.K), Erick Oyirwoth, Abdul Rahman Andima, Khalid Odagiu, Sabir Nesta, Joel Jagyembe, Creamio Abang, Oso Aniku, Fred Amaku, Solomon Ovoyo, Rashid Ococha

Subs: Saidi Siraji (G.K), Jerry Jakisa, Saviour Anzuvuku, Mahad Swaibu, Akbar Khamis, Ibrahim Dada, Brian Olega

Head coach: Swaibu Waku

Uganda Cranes XI: Tom Ikara (G.K), Allan Drajua, Yayo Kato Lutimba, Rashid Toha, Julius Mutyaba, Victor Aweko, Rahmat Senfuka, Shafik Kagimu, Muhammed Shaban, Ibrahim Saddam Juma (Captain), Steven Mukwala

Subs: Muhammad Ssekeba (G.K), Fred Okot, Hassan Musana, Ibrahim Kibumba, Brian Nsubuga, Nicholas Kasozi, Hudu Mulikyi, Joseph Ssemujju, Anwar Ntege,  Brian Aheebwa, Patrick Kaddu, Brian Lubega, Pius Obuya

Head coach: Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic

Officials:

Center Referee: William Oloya

1st Assistant Referee: Ben Adroel

2nd Assistant Referee: Musa Howard

4th official: Rahman Atiku

Match Commissioner: Mike Letti

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

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