Uganda is in group B of the Zonal Qualifiers. (PHOTO/Courtesy)U20 CAF AFCON Zonal QualifiersArusha, Tanzania23rd November – 6th December, 2020
The Uganda U20 men’s football national team head coach Morley Byekwaso has announced the final 20-man squad set for the upcoming U20 CAF Africa Cup of nations Zonal qualifiers.
Uganda is set to take part in the under-age tournament that will be hosted between November 23 and December 6, in Arusha-Tanzania.
Usual suspects Gavin Magweri, Aziz Kayondo, Bobsi Byaruhanga, Asaba Ivan, Jack Komakech and Najib Yiga have all been included in the traveling team alon with singer Bebe Cool’s son Alpha Ssali and Proline’s Ivan Bogere.
The team that has been training for close to three weeks will travel to Tanzania on Friday aboard Uganda Airlines.
The tournament has three groups with hosts and defending champions Tanzania in group A alongside Somalia and Djibouti.
Uganda is in Group B where they will do battle with Eritrea, Burundi and South Sudan.
Group C has Ethiopia, Kenya and Sudan.Uganda’s first game will be against South Sudan on November 23.
The final 20-man squad
Ssenyondwa Denis Kaala, Bbosa Richard, Kayondo Abdu Aziizi, Musa Ramathan, Kizito Mugweri Gavin, Semakula Kenneth, Mugulusi Isma, Sserwadda Steven, Bogere Ivan, Bukenya Joseph Kizza, Asaba Ivan, Kafumbe Joseph, Onyai Raymond, Mulindi Ashiraf, Byaruhanga Bobosi, Basangwa Richard, Wabyoona Faisal, Yiga Najib, Komakech Jack, Ssali Alpha Thierry.
1. Leader of delegation: Ariga Rasoul Ibrahim2. Head coach: Byekwaso Morley3. Fitness coach: Felix Ayobo4. Goalkeeping coach: Kiggundu Billy5. Team Coordinator: Namusisi Joan6. Team Doctor: Katumba Yahaya7. Kits Manager: Bumpeje Frank8. Media Officer :Mpagi Farid
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