Uganda League champions KCCA FC are determined to get a good result on Saturday when they face Moroccos FUS Rabat in a CAF Total Confederations Cup tie in Rabat.
Coach Mike Mutebi speaking to the KCCA FC players today in Rabat, Morocco.
Uganda League champions KCCA FC are determined to get a good result on Saturday when they face Morocco's FUS Rabat in a CAF Total Confederations Cup tie in Rabat.
KCCA FC who won a 12th Azam Uganda Premier League title on Tuesday will have a test of the playing surface at the Complexe Sportif Moulay Hassan tonight before the game.
“We are prepared for this game and know what to expect against North African sides,” coach Mike Hillary Mutebi told URN.
In the absence of Muzamir Mutyaba who is out injured, new signing Saddam Ibrahim Juma is expected to make his debut for the team, while striker Geoffrey Sserunkuma who has netted 20 goals in the League and four in the four matches they played in the CAF Total Champions League will be the key man to hunt for the goals.
Sserunkuma told URN before departure that after qualification for the group stage, his target is now to score crucial goals that will take the team to the semi final stage.
KCCA FC skipper Dennis Okot and first choice goalkeeper Benjamin Ochan did not travel because they are suspended for the game after accumulating two yellow cards.
After the game in Morocco, Mutebi's side will host Tunisia's Club Africain on May 23rd at the Philip Omondi Stadium before taking on Rivers United (Nigeria) at the same venue in June.