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Fresh COVID-19 wave in South Africa puts Uganda friendly in balance

By Shafic Kiyaga
Uganda Cranes coach Abdallah Mubiru talks to his players before a training session at Lugogo | FUFA Media

Uganda Cranes international friendly against Bafana Bafana is in doubt over the declining health situation in South Africa due to a surge in COVID-19 cases. The Cranes are set to play South Africa on June 10, in Johannesburg.

South Africa which is the worst hit country by the pandemic in Africa is on the verge of a third coronavirus wave.

Over the last seven days, the country has seen an average of 3,745 daily new infections bringing the total number of infections to over 1.659 million cases and 56,363 deaths.

Provinces like Free State, Northern Cape, North West and Gauteng where Johannesburg – where the friendly is due to be played – have reached the threshold of the third wave of infections.

On Sunday, South African president Ramaphosa reimposed stricter measures to curb the further spread of the virus saying that the positivity rate was a cause for concern.

An adjusted Alert Level two lockdown has been effected from May 31, with strict measures such as reduced curfew hours, and limitation of 100 people indoors and 250 people outdoors on all gatherings.

Health experts say that the situation will be examined further with a suspension on all sports events and another temporary ban on international travel among the restrictions expected to be implemented should the situation slip further.

Meanwhile, in Kampala, 14 of the 34 players summoned by Uganda Cranes coach Abdallah Mubiru took part of the Cranes’ first training session ahead of their international friendly against South Africa.

All the 14 players who took part in the Monday morning session at the MTN Omondi Stadium, including goalkeeper Simon Tamale, forwards Derrick Kakooza and Joseph Akandwanaho who earned their first international call ups were local based.

“We have started training today, I am happy with the attitude and confidence shown by those who have taken part in the session,” Mubiru told Football256 after training.

“We do not have a number of players because they took their tests a little bit late and that means they cannot be admitted to camp.”

“But we expect them to be available tomorrow, the other players who are not in the country are in transit and we expect them to be with us soon.”

Cranes captain Emmanuel Okwi set to enter camp on Monday and will hold his first training session on Tuesday, while US based Mustafa Kizza will join the team on Wednesday.

Mubiru further revealed that Moses Waiswa and goalkeeper Ismail Watenga, based in South Africa will not be travelling back to Uganda, and will only join the group when they make the trip to Johannesburg.

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