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Bobby names Cranes final 20



Uganda Cranes coach Bobby Williamson has released his final 20 players to feature in this month’s Cecafa Tusker Cup.

This year’s tournament kicks off in Kampala on Saturday with Ethiopia opening against South Sudan and hosts Uganda facing regional rivals Kenya.

The squad boasts of three goalkeepers, six defenders, seven midfielders and four strikers.

Notably dropped are Steven Bengo, Robert Omunuk and goalkeeper Yasin Mugabi.

Uganda are 12-time record champions and will be looking to further get out of sight by adding onto that when the tournament kicks off at Kampala’s Namboole Stadium.

Cranes final 20-man squad

Goal keepers: Ali Kimera, Hamza Muwonge, Abel Dhaira

Defenders: Denis Guma, Nicholas Wadada, Godfrey Walusimbi, Joseph Ochaya, Henry Kalungi, Isaac Isinde

Midfielders: Hassan Wasswa, Saidi Kyeyune, Geoffrey ‘Baba’ Kizito, Joseph Mpande, Manco Kaweesa, Moses Oloya, Brian Mwejjwega

Strikers: Robert Ssentongo, Emmanuel Okwi, Hamis ‘Diego’ Kiiza, Brian Umony



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