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FIFA WCQ: ‘We gave a good account of ourselves against Kenya’ – Micho insists

By Football256 Team
Khalid Aucho battles for aerial prowess against a Kenyan midfielder / FUFA Image

Uganda Cranes head coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic has commended the team for their commitment during the goalless draw against Kenya in the FIFA World Cup qualification match played on Thursday at the Nyayo National Stadium, Nairobi.

According to Micho, it was a hard fought result for both sides but Uganda deserved even more citing the ‘poor preparation’ by the Cranes before the game.

“It was very hard to play against a team like Kenya that have a target man in the class of Michael Olunga with so many great abilities and good quality,” Micho admitted.

He added: “We had a plan to cut out supply to Olunga because he was a great danger, and I believe we succeeded. The boys were dedicated, they were committed, and I can say they did well.”

He further justified the team’s average performance accordingly: “We are a team in transition in any way. We are still figuring out how to operate.”

“We are at a task to integrate juniority and seniority into one strong team. You have seen it too, Barcelona after Lionel Messi and Uganda after Onyango (Dennis) is a long transformation process.”

“Many players have retired and we are still finding replacements. I want to applaud captain Emmanuel Okwi, his deputy Khalid Aucho and other senior players like Murushid Juuko who have done a great job in accepting these younger players into the team and helping them to play.”

For Micho, the draw was a win on the other side; “We had a double benefit getting the point and also promoting young blood.”

“Bobosi Byaruhanga played his first ninety minutes and for me, he played very well,” Micho noted, stressing that there was more than one positive from the draw against Kenya.

“We however have to improve in some areas mostly going forward to attack, and we shall work upon that before the game at home as it will determine our way back,” Micho noted.

“I do not want to put pressure on my players so I will retain it for myself, but I just want to give them this sense of responsibility that we shall be playing a team with quality players who are playing at a very top level – in the UEFA Champions League and we have to prepare well for it.”

Mali, the only team that has won a game in group E currently tops the table with three points as Rwanda sits bottom having lost their first game. Kenya and Uganda with one point each are second and third respectively after the first game.

Uganda will host Mali next week on Monday, September 6 at the St. Mary’s Stadium in Kitende. Meanwhile, Kenya have also already travelled to Rwanda to prepare well for the second game due on Sunday.

How both teams started

Kenya: Ian Otieno (GK), Daniel Sakari, Eric Ouma, Eugene Asike, Joseph Okumu, Kenneth Muguna, Richard Odada, Masud Juma, Lawrence Juma, Abdala Hassan, Michael Olunga.

Uganda: Charles Lukwago (GK), Denis Iguma, Isaac Muleme, Halid Lwaliwa, Murushid Juuko, Khalid Aucho, Moses Waiswa, Bobosi Byaruhanga, Emmanuel Okwi, Milton Karisa, Joseph Ochaya.

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