Mujib Kasule, former Cranes player and a football pundit believes FUFA’s decision to let Desabre go was the first error FUFA did, he explains that in Desabre, the Cranes had gotten a coach that was improving players and the entire team was steadily improving.
“If you asked me as a young boy if I would have played for my country (Uganda Cranes), over fifty caps and lined up against some of the biggest national teams. I would have told you it was a fantasy. I am fortunate to have realized those dreams, however, I feel I have served the nation enough, and it's time for me to call it a day with Uganda Cranes”, reads the January 13th letter.
Kyazze was born to Nalongo Zewuliya Namutebi and Musa Kidagga, Kyazze in Luzira, Kampala on October 9th, 1991. According to Kyazze, never had it crossed his mind that he wouldn’t up a famous football fan or player.
Fahad Bayo’s lone goal helped the Cranes to sail past the Amavubi stars in a mouth-watering clash played at Nyamirambo stadium in Kigali, Rwanda on Thursday evening. This was Uganda’s first win in the world Cup qualifiers.
Uganda Cranes depart for Kigali aboard this evening ahead of their clash with Amavubi stars on Oct 7th 2021 at Nyamirambo stadium. The team received a boost with the arrival of Timothy Denis Awany, Fahad Bayo and Mustafa Kizza who joined the camp at Cranes paradise hotel in Kisaasi.
Emmanuel Okwi is the current team captain of the National Senior team after succeeding former skipper Denis Onyango. The striker was part of Uganda Cranes in its first two games against Mali and Kenya respectively, Now according to reports, the striker apparently does not have a club.
“Mubiru had changed our game, he had given us the right picture although we had not started getting the results our playing style was adored all over. I was not happy when they completely eliminated coach Mubiru at least they would have retained him as the assistant coach if they are to rebuild the team,” Ssimbwa said.
Uganda Cranes defensive midfielder Khalid Aucho had a busy time blocking attacks ignited by Mali’s Adama Traore in the opening half, although the two sides started off with no big threats at either opponent’s goal.