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CHAN: Uganda Cranes will be sixth-time lucky – Micho

By Brian Aheebwa
Cranes players before they faced Tanzania in a CHAN Qualifier at Kitende | FUFA Image

The Uganda Cranes learnt their African Nations Championship group stage opponents on Saturday at a draw that was held in the host nation Algeria.

Uganda will face two time competition winners Democratic Republic of Congo, Senegal, and Ivory Coast in Group B in their sixth consecutive tournament.

The Cranes have never gone beyond the group stages on five occasions but head coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic believes that they will this time around despite tough opponents.

“We believe that the sixth time will come with luck for us to qualify for the quarterfinals for the first time,” Micho told FUFA media after witnessing the draw in Algiers.

“I know that we are in the same group with huge footballing nations in Africa, DR Congo, Senegal, and Ivory Coast but we believe that we are a strong team too.”

“We are having a double advantage of playing in a group of four teams, unlike the other groups that have only three teams.”

“Given the local players that we have and with better preparations, I believe we shall get the results that will make us proud as a country,” he added.

To make it to next year’s tournament, Uganda eliminated its neighbours Tanzania 4-0 on aggregate in the qualifiers.

In DR Congo, the Cranes will face their former head coach Sebastien Disabre who was recently appointed as the former’s head coach.

Desabre succeeded Micho in 2017 before leaving in 2019 while the latter returned in 2021.

As Uganda continues to hope for a maiden advancement from the group, DRC has won the tournament twice; 2009 and 2016.

Senegal and Ivory Coast’s best performances came in 2009 and 2016 when they finished fourth and third respectively.

For the first time, the competition will have 18 teams from 16, the groups that have four teams twill have two teams each in the quarterfinals while those with three will have one representative apiece in the last eight.

It will be the seventh edition of the competition which features national teams consisting of only players currently playing in their respective local leagues.

CHAN Groups

Group A: Algeria, Ethiopia, Libya, Mozambique

Group B: Uganda, DR Congo, Ivory Coast, Senegal

Group C: Ghana, Morocco, Madagascar, Sudan

Group D: Angola, Mali, Mauritania

Group E: Cameroon, Congo, Niger

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