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CECAFA 2019: Top five players to watch

By Football256 Team
Keneth Muguna will have a pivotal role to play for defending champions Kenya | Gor Mahia image

By Michael Mwebe

The 2019 Council of East and Central Africa Football Associations (CECAFA) Senior Challenge Cup kicked off in Kampala, Uganda on Saturday December 7th, with all the sides enviously looking to claim the crown that Kenya won two years ago.

Ahead of the CECAFA kick-off, Football 256 discusses the five players to watch out for, with these five names set to light up the tournament and potentially attract the interest of big clubs in Africa and even outside.

Ditram Nchimbi (Mainland Tanzania)

Things couldn’t have gone much better for the 22-year-old striker having scored one goal and assisting two in three competitive matches for Taifa Stars since October when he made his debut.

With the decline of Thomas Ulimwengu, Taifa Stars had missed a powerful and mobile striker until the arrival of Nchimbi. With Nchimbi in the side, Kilimanjaro Stars have a forward who hassles defenders. He is ever chasing balls and never shy to go into a duel for the 50-50 aerial balls.

His detractors still point to the number of chances he puts to waste, and his lack of hold up, but strikers are nominally judged on the goals they score. Nchimbi will be one of Kilimanjaro Stars’ main goal threats in Uganda.

Mustafa Kizza (Uganda)

The 21-year old is regarded by many as the best left backs in Uganda. In the current Uganda Premier League season, Kizza has been outstanding, with his trademark pinpoint crosses, setpiece deliveries and goals to his name, he has stood tall and high above his competitors.

Kizza already has four goals to his name in the league for the defending champions, KCCA and will be one the players who will be counted on to help the hosts go the distance in front of their own fans.

Kenneth Muguna (Kenya)

The 2016 Kenya Premier League MVP has resurrected his career. He is enjoying a good season with Gor Mahia.

At the start of the 2019/20 season, he was given the Gor Mahia’s captain armband and also scored his maiden goal for the national team-Harambee Stars.

Steven Mukwala (Uganda)

The Maroons forward goes into this tournament on a high. Mukwala currently tops scoring charts in the Uganda Premier League season with 10 goals.

He will be one of the players expected to give the Uganda Cranes an attacking edge in the tournament they have won a record 14 times previously.

It remains to be seen whether he can translate his goal scoring form in the league to the national team, but CECAFA Cup provides an ideal environment for the striker to demonstrate that he belongs at a higher level and win the trust of coach Jonathan McKinstry ahead of next year’s CHAN championships.

Abdallah Mohamed (Sudan)

The 26-year-old midfielder is one of the more experienced players in the Sudan team that recently sacked Zdvarko Logarusic from the head coach job.

He had a good opening game in the CAF Champions League, helping Al Hilal overcome Zimbabwe’s Platinum. His recent exploits might be the tonic Sudan needs if they are to reach the later stages of the tournament, and he is strongly expected to carry a major role for his nation.

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