The captain explains why her teammates will have to be thankful for the danger that comes from such encounters
Uganda U17 captain Juliet Nalukenge has promised the crew will give their highest efficiency throughout the Fifa U17 International Cup qualifier towards Ethiopia.
The junior Crested Cranes will face Ethiopia within the first leg tie on January 11 on the StarTimes Stadium in Kampala.
Nalukenge, who was once a part of the crew which received the Cecafa U17 name closing month, says the chance to characteristic within the International Cup qualifiers is excellent for her teammates.
“On behalf of my teammates, I need to thank the federation [The Federation of Uganda Football Associations] for but every other alternative via registering us to participate within the Fifa U17 Girls’s International Cup 2020 qualifiers. We will be able to simplest do something to precise our gratitude; giving it our highest shot,” Nalukenge advised Fufa’s legitimate site.
“We’re geared against appearing neatly and promise to do our absolute best to peer to it that we qualify.
“Enjoying within the International Cup qualifiers is a grand alternative this is going to assist us expand as a crew and personally as gamers. We’re having a look ahead to the enjoy which we imagine will likely be a excellent one.”
Head trainer Ayub Khalifa had previous defined the targets they sought after to reach of their first classes at Fufa Coaching Centre in Njeru.
“They [players] had been off and I anticipated their health ranges to be just a little down so within the coaching classes we majorly enthusiastic about assessing and making improvements to their health and then we did some ball paintings however at the complete, I’m happy they aren’t badly off,” Khalifa mentioned.
“We’re going to construct on that within the following classes.”
The go back leg will likely be staged per week later in Ethiopia.
Complete squad in camp:
Daphine Nyayenga (Uganda Martyrs HS), Joan Namusisi (Mukono HS) and Nyamita Zulaika (Asubo Gafford Women WFC)
Juliet Nalukenge (Kawempe Muslim WFC), Akadinda Gillian (Olila Prime College WFC), Namugerwa Goria (Uganda Martyrs HS), Musibika Stella (Kawempe Muslim WFC), Akiror Patricia (Masaka SS), Komuntale Sumayah (King of Kings), Nakacwa Samalie (Kawempe Muslim), Nadunga Bira (Olila Prime College WFC), Nakacwa Kevin (Uganda Martyrs HS),
Nangonzi Maureen (Mukono Prime), Nyinagahirwa Shakirah (Kawempe Muslim WFC), Odaru Immaculate (Mukono Prime) Nagayi Eva (Rines Secondary College), Kyomuhendo Sumaya ( Isra Football Academy), Nakayenga Brenda (Kawempe Muslim WFC), Adokole Esther (Amus School), Kunihira Margret ( Kawempe Muslim WFC), Munyana Brenda ( Uganda Martyrs HS),
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Nagadya Catherine (Uganda Martyrs HS), Nandede Zainah (Amus School), Namaganda Zaitun (Taggy Prime College), Nyakato Ruth (Tooro Queens WFC), Nandago Hadijah (Isra Football Academy), Amonding Mercy (Bishop Secondary College).