After 13-hours of traveling, the Cranes finally arrived in Casablanca, Morocco this evening ahead of their crucial 2015 Afcon qualifier against Guinea on Wednesday.
Edgar Watson, FUFA’s Chief Executive Officer who traveled as an advance party was at the Airport to receive the team.
Defender Savio Kabugo who scored the lone goal last weekend against Ghana said he hopes he can get on the score sheet again.
Uganda Cranes who last qualified for Afcon in 1978 are second in Group E and need a win or draw to qualify for the finals to take place in Equatorial Guinea.
The Black Stars of Ghana lead the Group on eight points, while Uganda has a point less.
Earlier, the Uganda Netball Federation has sent message of encouragement to the Cranes.
The have wished the Cranes all the best in Wednesday’s crunch fixture against Guinea in the 2015 Nations cup qualifiers.
UNF’s message comes almost two months after the national netball team –She Cranes qualified for the world cup.
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