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Kayiwa and Ntambi join Cranes squad

By Shafik Ssenoga

Added 9th October 2019 03:29 PM

Kayiwa and Ntambi who have been instrumental for their clubs Vipers and Wakiso Giants respectively in the league will have a chance to expose their talents to the outside world.

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Cranes new coach McKinstry will take charge of the team against Ethiopia on Sunday. File Photo

Kayiwa and Ntambi who have been instrumental for their clubs Vipers and Wakiso Giants respectively in the league will have a chance to expose their talents to the outside world.

 
International Friendly Match
 
Sunday
 
Ethiopia v Uganda Cranes
 
Two local-based players Allan Kayiwa and Kirizestom Ntambi have been added to the Uganda Cranes contingent that will travel to Bahrdar ahead of their international friendly match with Ethiopia this Sunday.
 
Kayiwa and Ntambi who have been instrumental for their clubs Vipers and Wakiso Giants respectively in the league will have a chance to expose their talents to the outside world.
 
A 30-man contingent headed by FUFA Executive Committee member Juma Marhan Abdul Hamid will travel to Ethiopia on Thursday. But an advance party headed by Paul Mukatabala has already arrived in Ethiopia to receive the team.
 
This will be coach Jonathan Brian McKinstry's first match since he was appointed head coach of the national team last month. He will be assisted by Charles Livingstone Mbabazi, Fred Kajoba (goalkeeping coach), McCarthy Alexander Michael (fitness coach), Emmanuel Nakabago (team doctor) and Frank Bumpenje as the kit manager.
 
The essence of this international friendly match is to help preparations for the two AFCON 2021 qualifiers coming up in November 2019.
 
Players:
 
Denis Onyango, Robert Odongkara, Timothy Denis Awany, Joseph Benson Ochaya, Nico Wakiro Wadada, Ronald Brian Ddungu Mukiibi, Isaac Muleme, Allan Kyambadde, Kirizestom Ntambi, Hassan Wasswa Mawanda, Tadeo Lwanga, William Kizito Luwagga, Murushid Juuko, Bevis Mugabi Kristoper Kizito, Emmanuel Arnold Okwi, Abdu Lumala, Henry Patrick Kaddu, Milton Karisa, Moses Opondo, Derrick Paul Nsibambi, Allan Kayiwa
 
 
 

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