UGANDA CRANES HEAD COACH NAMES PROVISIONAL SQUAD FOR AFCON 23 QUALIFIERS
Uganda Cranes head coach Milutin Sredojević Micho has released his preliminary squad for 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Algeria and Niger next month.
Micho’s guns begin their qualification campaign with matches against Algeria at Oran Olympic Stadium on Saturday 4th June before hosting Niger at St Mary’s Kitende four days later.
Uganda are in the same group with Algeria, Niger and Tanzania in the qualifiers that will start early next month.
Ahead of the qualifiers campaign, the Serbian tactician annouced 33 names in his provisional squad, which will still be cut before the teams meets in camp.
Huddersfield goalkeeper Bellagambi Giousue is the notable inclusion in Uganda Cranes provisional squad
The Cranes enters camp at Cranes Paradise Hotel in Kisasi on Monday.
Uganda Cranes Provisonal Squad:
Lukwago Charles (St. George-Ethiopia), Bellagambi Giousue (Huddersfield Town, England), Alionzi Nafian (URA FC Uganda).
Bwomono Elvis (IBV Iceland), Kizito Gavin (Sc Villa Uganda), Begisa James (UPDF FC, Uganda), Muleme Isaac (Viktoria Zizkov Czech Rep), Kayondo Abdu Azizi (Real Monarchs USA), Mugabi Bevis (Motherwell, Scotland), Awanyi Timothy (Ashdod Israel), Lwaliwa Khalid (Vipers SC Uganda), Ramadan Musa (Cincinnati USA), Mulondo Livingstone (Vipers SC Uganda) Walusimbi Enoch, (Express FC Uganda).
Aucho Khalid (Yanga Tanzania), Byaruhanga Bobosi (Vipers SC Uganda), Youngman Marvin (Bright Stars FC Uganda), Serwadda Stephen (New York Red Bulls USA), Mutyaba Muzamil (Kiyovu Sports Rwanda), Mato Rogers (KCCA FC, Uganda), Miya Faruku (Lviv Ukraine), Okello Alan (Paradou, Algeria).
Karisa Milton (Vipers SC Uganda), Aliro Moses (Wakiso Giants FC Uganda), Kiwanuka Hakim (Proline FC Uganda), Yiga Najib (Vipers SC Uganda), Kyambadde Allan (Gouna Egypt), Kizza Martin (Express FC Uganda), Okwi Emmanuel (Kiyovu Sports Rwanda), Bayo Fahad (Bnei Sakhin Israel), Kakooza Derrick (Valmiera Latvia), Anaku Sadat (KCCA FC Uganda), Shaban Mohamed (Onduparaka FC Uganda).