The Federation of Uganda Football Associations has summoned One hundred players for the upcoming All Africa Games qualifiers that kick off on the weekend of 20th – 22nd February 2015.
The FUFA technical committee chairman Hamid Juma released the training programme for the youngsters during Wednesday’s FUFA Weekly press conference in Mengo.
Training sessions start on Saturday at Villa Park, Nsambya.
Another one will be held at KCCA Stadium, Lugogo on Sunday, 1st February 2015.
A final squad of 30 players will be selected from the main pool of the two training sessions who will enter residential training ahead of Mozambique clash.
Uganda Cranes head coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic will head the team and he will be assisted by Frank Anyau.
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