The Uganda Cranes will hold a four-day training camp in Tunisia before traveling to Oran for the first game of the 2022 TotalEnergies Africa Cup of Nations Qualifiers against Algeria on June 4th. (Uganda Cranes fly to Tunisia for a four-day training camp before of their clash with Algeria)
As preparations for the Algeria match heat up, Uganda Cranes head coach Micho Milutin Sredejovic and his team have departed Uganda for Tunisia. Uganda will play Algeria on Saturday, June 4th, and the four-day trip to Tunisia is aimed to prepare the players for the weather in Algeria.
A squad of 25 players, including 17 local players and eight international players, traveled to Algeria. Yiga Najiba, Moses Aliro, Denis Otim, and Mato Rogers were left at a camp in Kisasi and will rejoin the squad when they return to prepare for a game against Niger on Wednesday, June 8th at St. Mary’s Stadium in Kitende.
The entire squad is in Tunisia.
Lukwago Charles and Nafian Alionzi, the goalkeepers
Elvis Bwomono, Aucho Khalid, Abdu Aziz Kayondo, Derrick Kakooza, Steven Serwadda,
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Karisa Milton, Kizza Martin, Mi Jagason Muhammad Shaban and Joseph Fahad Bayo. (Uganda Cranes fly to Tunisia for a four-day training camp before of their clash with Algeria – latest songs in 2022)