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U-17 World Cup Qualifier: Nalukenge, Aluka make traveling squad for Tanzania encounter

By Shafic Kiyaga
The Uganda U-17 players celebrate one of their goals against Ethiopia in the 2021 U17 FIFA Women World Cup Qualifiers | FUFA Image

Uganda U-17 Women National team head coach Khalifah has today morning revealed an 18-man squad that will travel to Dar-es-Salaam on Friday evening aboard Uganda Airlines.  

Uganda visits Tanzania in Dar-es-Salaam on Sunday, March 1, with the return leg scheduled for two weeks later in Kampala.

The team consists of two goalkeepers, seven defenders, four midfielders and five forwards. However, Khalifah will be without defender Stella Musibika and midfielder Kevin Nakacwa who are ruled out with knee and thigh injuries respectively.

Defender Grace Aluka who earned her first national team call up is expected to fill Musibika’s void, while Nangozi Moureen who missed the qualifier against Ethiopia bounces back and makes the traveling squad.

The other good news is the return of Captain and FUFA-Female player of the year Juliet Nalukenge. The forward missed three of Kawempe’s FUFA Women Super League (FSWL) games with a foot injury.

Nalukenge scored three goals over both legs as Uganda eliminated Ethiopia 5-1 on aggregate in the preliminary round, and as she has often done will be expected to carry the nation’s mantle against Tanzania.

However, there are no places for FWSL leading goal scorer Latifah Nakasi, Nalule Shakirah, while Shamirah Nalugya also misses out on the traveling team.

Uganda and Tanzania played to a one-all stalemate at the FUFA Technical Center in Njeru when they last met during the CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup.

Uganda U-17 traveling Squad

Goalkeepers: Daphine Nyayenga, Joan Namusisi

Defenders: Gillian Akadinda, Gloria Namugerwa, Patricia Akiror, Sumaya Komuntale, Bira Nadunga, Grace Aluka

Midfielders: Moureen Nangozi, Shakirah Nyinagahirwa, Zaina Nandede, Namaganda Zaituni, Margret Kunihira, Samalie Nakachwa, Nandago Hadijjah

Forwards: Juliet Nalukenge, Fauzia Najjemba, Catherine Nagadya,

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