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Olaki in for Kayizzi against Zimbabwe
Publish Date: Jan 16, 2014
Olaki in for Kayizzi against Zimbabwe
Winger Vincent Kayizzi
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By Kenneth Muwanga
Cape Town South Africa
 

Cranes Coach Micho Sredojevic has opted for a 4-4-2 formation in the game against Zimbabwe this afternoon with Francis Olaki making his first start in the team alongside Yunus Ssentamu.

Olaki replaces right-footed winger Vincent Kayizzi, who had an average game against Burkina Faso.
 
According to Cranes head coach Micho Sredejovic, the rest of the side that started against West Africans will be retained.
 
Uganda Crane: Benjamin Ochan, Julius Ntambi, Muleme Isaac, Savio Kabugo, Richard Kassaga, Hassan Wasswa, Ivan Ntege, Denis Guma, Francis Olaki, Brian Majwega, Yunus Ssentamu.

Zimbabwe : George Chigova, Eric Chipeta, Hardlife Zvirekwi,Patson Jaure, Milton Ncube, Danny Phiri, Kudakwashe Mahachi, Donald Ngoma, Ali Sadiki, Pascal Manhanga, Simbrashe Sithole.

 

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