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Okwi, Uche join list of absentees for Cranes Dubai camp

By Brian Aheebwa
Emmanuel Okwi | Photo by JAVIER SORIANO / AFP

Uganda Cranes head coach Johnathan McKinstry has always maintained that holding a training camp with the current travel restrictions globally due to the coronavirus pandemic will be a hard toll.

McKinstry recently revealed that he expected up to nine regular foreign based players to miss the training camp which will be held in the Middle East in the international window at the start of October.

Ashdod FC defender Timothy Awany, teammate Fahad Bayo and Hapoel Kfar Saba forward Kizito Luwagga all based in Israel were confirmed to miss the camp.

USA based midfielder Micheal Azira who plays at Montreal Impact in the Major League Soccer was also later confirmed to miss the trip to Dubai.

The list has soared even bigger now with Cranes record goal scorer Emmanuel Okwi also ruled out of the training camp as he continues to face an uncertain future at Egyptian club Al Ittihad FC.

“Okwi will not be part of the training camp in Dubai,” a source told Football256.

Okwi has not been involved in any competitive action since he played 45 minutes for Ittihad in February, before the Egyptian league was suspended following the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.

Reports continue to link the striker with a move away from Ittihad with a return to Tanzanian giants Simba SC his next possible destination, but Okwi and his agent have stating the striker is committed to Ittihad.

Striker Karl Anthony Uchechukwu Mubiru Ikpeazu has been mentioned as one of the notable absentees from the camp.

This website understands that the striker who has recently joined English Championship side Wycombe Wanderers will be allowed time to settle in well at his new club but will continue to be a consideration for future Cranes engagements.

With travel restrictions between the United Kingdom and Dubai lifted recently, two other Ugandan players based in the UK will be part of the training camp.

Motherwell confirmed that defender Bevis Mugabi will travel for the training camp, while Southend FC defender Elvis Bwomono has also been invited for the training camp.

Currently, 13 locally based players are in a mini-residential camp as they undergo mandatory isolation before they depart for Dubai on Sunday.

The players plus members of the Cranes technical staff headed by coach McKinstry entered camp on Thursday at the Cranes Paradise Hotel in Kisaasi where they underwent mandatory COVID-19 testing.

The 13 players in camp at the Cranes Paradise Hotel:

Goalkeepers: Charles Lukwago (KCCA FC), Joel Mutakubwa (Kyetume FC), Nafian Alionzi (URA FC)

Outfield players: Milton Karisa (Vipers SC), David Owori (Sports Club Villa), Bright Anukani (KCCA FC), Saidi Kyeyune (URA FC), Paul Mbowa (URA FC), Samuel Kato (KCCA FC), Halid Lwaliwa (Vipers SC), Ibrahim Orit (Vipers SC), Shafiq Kagimu (URA FC), Karim Watambala (Vipers SC)

Officials: Johnathan McKinstry (Head Coach), Abdallah Mubiru (First Assistant coach), Charles Livingstone Mbabazi (Second Assistant coach), Ibrahim Mugisha (Goalkeeping coach), Emmanuel Nakabago (Team Doctor), Ayub Balyejusa (Equipment Manager), Geoffrey Massa (Team manager), Paul Mukatabala (National Teams Officer), Ronald Lusulire (Media officer).

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