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CHAN 2020: Mawejje pleased with ‘tremendous mood’ in Cranes camp

By Shafic Kiyaga
Uganda Cranes players warm up before their training session in Cameroon on Wednesday | FUFA Image

Uganda Cranes midfielder Tony Mawejje has expressed his delight with the ‘tremendous mood’ inside the national team camp as they continue their preparations for the African Nations Championships (CHAN).

The Cranes took part in their first training session at the Amadou Ahidjo Annex Stadium in Cameroon’s capital Yaoundé on Wednesday evening.

The team arrived in Cameroon on Tuesday after 24 hours of travel that involved connecting flights through Addis Ababa in Ethiopia.

Uganda will continue with their preparations ahead of the pre-CHAN mini tournament that is set to get underway on Friday.

Mawejje believes there has been great determination in the camp throughout their preparations with all the players adopting to each other and showing great spirit.  

“All the players are in great condition,” Mawejje said after Wednesday’s training before adding; “Obviously we travelled well and have been able to have our first training session here in Cameroon.”

“The mood in camp is tremendous, the boys are bouncing and are giving their all in training. The attitude and mentality are superb,” he added.

“You can see that everyone is in peak condition and we look determined to take on the task as we continue with our preparations.”

“We cannot wait for the tournament underway because the players are bracing to go out there and prove they deserved their spot on the team,” the midfielder said.

With 83 national caps to his name, Mawejje holds the biggest experience in the Cranes team which includes five players who have earned their first national call ups.

Defender Hassan Muhamood and Eric Ssenjobe plus Uganda U20 trio Aziz Kayondo, Bobosi Byaruhanga and Ivan Bogere.

Muhamad Shaban is the other player who holds considerable experience at major tournaments playing at both the 2017 AFCON and 2018 CHAN tournaments.

The Cranes will play in a four-nation build-up tournament before they get their CHAN campaign underway on January 18, against neighbours Rwanda.

The Pre-CHAN mini-tournament involves Cameroon, Niger and Zambia. Uganda will play Cameroon on Friday, January 1, 2021, in the first match of the tournament.

Cranes are currently lodged at the Felicia Hotel in Yaoundé and they are pitted against current champions of the CHAN Morocco, Rwanda and Togo in group B.

Goalkeepers: Joel Mutakubwa (Kyetume FC), Nafian Alionzi (URA FC), Tom Ikara (Police FC)

Defenders: Eric Ssenjobe (Police FC), Aziz Kayondo (Vipers SC), Paul Willa (Vipers SC), Ashraf Mandela (URA FC), Halid Lwaliwa (Vipers SC), Musitafa Mujuzi (Kyetume FC), Patrick Mbowa (URA FC), Hassan Muhammad (Police FC)

Midfielders: Shafiq Kagimu (URA FC), Tony Mawejje (Police FC), Bobosi Byaruhanga (Vipers SC), Karim Watambala (Vipers SC), Saidi Kyeyune (URA FC), Hassan Ssenyonjo (Wakiso Giants FC)

Forwards: Ben Ocen (Police FC), Ibrahim Orit (Vipers SC), Vianne Ssekajjugo (Wakiso Giants FC), Joseph Ssemujju (BUL FC), Joachim Ojera (URA FC), Milton Karisa (Vipers SC), Stephen Mukwala (URA FC), Mohamed Shaban (Vipers SC)

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