The young tactician was pleased with the vitality of the team before Thursday’s friendly
Uganda’s interim coach Abdallah Mubiru said that the team has a “new look” compared to being eliminated in the African Cup of Nations qualifying game in Malawi three months ago.
The East African team lost to the Flames with a single goal and missed the Continental game in Cameroon next year.
The young coach said that the situation is much better now and everyone on the team is happy and committed to the reconstruction process before the friendly game against South Africa on Thursday.
“There is a fresh breath in the group, which feels better than when we were preparing for the qualifier against Malawi,” Mubiru said. Football 256.
“All the lads who attended the Kampala training camp and the lads we traveled with were happy and committed to what we are trying to build.
“I can smell the difference and give a positive overall assessment of the two situations. I am happy with the attitude of all the players. I am very happy and satisfied.”
In an earlier interview with the same portal, the tactician expressed confidence that the charges against him will perform well against Bafana Bafana.
“[On Monday], I chose 23 players before the friendly match, and the members in the camp are all active,” said the coach of the Police Football Club.
“I am very happy with the hard work and commitment shown by everyone in the camp. Everyone is active and eager to represent their country, but their opportunity will come.
“What we are trying to evaluate now is how everyone will represent themselves on the court. But I am confident that we are looking forward to a good result.”
goalkeeper: Ismail Watenga, Matthias Kigonia, Charles Lukvago
Defender: Paul Willa, Kizza Mustafa, Kayondo Abdu Azizi, Enock Walusimbi, Murushid Juuko, Halid Lwaliwa, Paul Patrick Mbowa, Hassan Muhamud.
Midfielder: Lwanga Taddeo, Bobosi Byaruhanga, Shafiq Kuchi Kagimu, Allan Okello, Moses Waiswa Ndhondhi, Abdul Lumala, Ibrahim Orit, Isma Mugulusi Mugulusi, Steven Sserwadda.
Forward: Emmanuel Arnold Okvey (captain), Steven Des Mukwala, Derek Kakuza.