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Juma Balinya dropped from Cranes team

By Shafik Ssenoga

Added 18th March 2019 07:28 PM

Balinya, Bashir Mutanda , Joel Madondo, Dan SserunkumMutanda, who have been some of the best performers in the league were not considered by coach Sebastian Desabre

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Uganda Cranes Allan Okello back heels the ball between two defenders. PHOTOS: Richard Sanya

Balinya, Bashir Mutanda , Joel Madondo, Dan SserunkumMutanda, who have been some of the best performers in the league were not considered by coach Sebastian Desabre

 
Kampala regional Tour
 
Results
 
Crested Cranes 2 Kampala select1
 
Uganda Cranes 4 Kampala select 0
 
2019 AFCON Qualifiers
 
Sunday
 
Tanzania v Uganda  
 
Juma Balinya has been dropped from the Uganda Cranes team that is preparing for the AFCON qualifier against Tanzania.
 

 Uganda Cranes Godfrey Walusimbi is challenged by Ismael Bugembe

Balinya, Bashir Mutanda, Joel Madondo, Dan SserunkumMutanda, who have been some of the best performers in the league were not considered by coach Sebastian Desabre after Uganda Cranes' 4-0 victory over Kampala region select side in the regional tour over the weekend at StarTimes stadium, Lugogo.
 
Sserunkuma scored twice with Allan Okello and second-half substitute Bright Anukani adding the other two goals in the second half after Kampala region had staged a spirited fight in the opening 45 minutes.

 Uganda Cranes Godfrey Walusimbi in action 

 KCCA players Timothy Awany, Sadam Juma, Allan Kyambadde, Allan Okello, Patrick Kaddu plus Vipers trio Halid Lwaliwa, Tadeo Lwanga, Moses Waiswa, and Geoffrey Walusimbi and Hassan Wasswa who are unattached to any club are the players that flew out on Sunday aboard Ethiopian Airlines to join the 14 foreign-based for training in Cairo, Egypt that starts this Monday until Friday. From Cairo, the team will travel to Dar-es-Salaam to face Tanzania on Sunday.
 
Uganda who already qualified for AFCON is top of Group L with 13 points, eight above second and third-placed Lesotho and Tanzania. Cape Verde is bottom with four points.
 
 
 
 
 

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