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Bobby focused only on Cranes



Uganda Cranes coach Bobby Williamson will not lose sleep over what his opponents on Tuesday can or cannot do.

The Cranes face Walya Antelopes of Ethiopia at Namboole in Group A’s second match looking to make early progress to the quarterfinals of this year’s Cecafa Tusker Cup.

Bobby watched them labour to a 1-0 victory over South Sudan but will not read much into their uninspired performance.

“I play my part with the opposition,” Bobby told SuperSport.com ahead of the clash, adding, “I don’t know which team they will play, I don’t know if that was their best against South Sudan.

“So as I said I will concentrate on my team and the Ethiopian coach will concentrate on his. But they are a good team.

“We have to respect everyone we play and it won’t be different with Ethiopia. I expect another tough match on Tuesday.”

Uganda and Ethiopia have met 24 times, each winning eight times, drawing an equal number, and losing eight times apiece.



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