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CHAN 2020: ‘We’re out to foster a Cup final mentality’ – McKinstry

By Brian Aheebwa
Johnathan McKinstry talks to his players during training | Photo Credit FUFA Media/XtraTime Sports (Darren McKinstry)

Johnathan McKinstry and his charges find themselves in a must-win situation in their final group game against Morocco on Tuesday if they’re to qualify for the quarter-finals of the 2020 African Nations Championship (CHAN).

This situation came about after Uganda failed to win in their opening two games at this year’s tournament, losing to Togo and drawing to Rwanda. 

 So, they will have to win the encounter between them and Morocco or else bow out as it has been the case on the last four occasions, where Uganda have not gone past the group stages.

“We’re now into a day or two before the game against Morocco and really we’re looking to foster that Cup final mentality,” McKinstry said ahead of the game.

“You know there’s no next game at the moment, this is the Cup final, the boys did well and we were really pleased with the performance against Togo although we were disappointed with the results.”

“And in many ways, we’re looking for a lot of the same aspects from the game against Togo but we need to go out and there’ll be a lot of new things because Morocco presents a different challenge.”

McKinstry added: “But what we’re saying to the players is, don’t worry about any of those challenges tomorrow, just worry about this game, put all the energy onto it, put all of that work rate, that intelligence, fight hard and if you do that, there’s a big prize for you.”

“For us coaches, we can put you back together, we’ll do everything that’s required to put you back together for a quarter-final but there’s no quarter-final without the result on Tuesday night.”

“We believe we can do it and if we do, we know it will be a story that’s written in the history of Ugandan football because in terms of the odds I don’t think people expect it to happen.”

“But I know it can happen, so we want to write that story for ourselves, our country, for everyone back at home but we need to work hard, we’ve got to put everything we’ve got into it and we believe we’ll.”

There’s increasing concern about the capabilities of McKinstry as a Uganda Cranes coach amongst the masses with many doubting him as the right man to take the team forward.

A positive result from the game against Morocco doesn’t only help the Cranes reach the quarter-finals for the first time in the tournament’s history but also eases the pressure on the Irishman.

Should Tuesday end on a wrong note, the 35-year-old will have to endure a lot of negativity from the people of Uganda who for a while have continuously suggested that he should be relieved of his duties as the head coach of the national team.

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