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CAF Appoints Eritreans to officiate South Sudan-Uganda Game

By Baker Lwesabula

Confederation of Africa Football refereeing appointment committee has appointed an Eritrean referee Idris Mehammed Osman to officiate today’s 2018 Chan qualifiers game between Uganda cranes and the Bright Stars of South Sudan

According to a communication from the continental football governing body, Idris Mehammed Osman will be assisted by Suleiman Ali Salih and Michael Habte Bereket as the first and second assistants respectively well as Yonas Zecharias Ghebre will be the fourth official.

The 2016 African team of the year (Cranes) take on the Bright Stars in the first leg of the first round qualifier at Juba Stadium with the second leg expected to be played on 22nd this month and the winner set to play against either Rwanda or Tanzania in the final round.

Uganda that departed for Juba yesterday morning went with an 18’s man squad including two goal keepers Isma Watenga and Keni Saudi, six defenders, six midfielders and four strikers

Full CRANES Squad in Juba

Goal Keepers: Isma Watenga and Keni Saudi

Defenders: Wadada Nico (Asst Captain), Timothy Awany, Bernard Muwanga, Kabugo Savio, Musamali Paul, Adriko John

Midfielders: Deus Bukenya, Musamiru Mutyaba, Tom Masiko, Muleme Isaac, Kagimu Shafq, Brian Majwega

Strikers: Geoffrey Serunkuma (Captain), Mucurezi Paul, Milton Kalisa, Derrick Nsibambi.


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