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Uganda vs Malawi: A trip down memory lane, when Malawi last visited Namboole

By Football256 Team

On Sunday, it will be exactly 366 days since the Uganda Cranes last played at the Mandela National Stadium. The opponent was Cape Verde, with qualification to the 2019 African Cup of Nations at stake.

When the Cranes do make the grand entrance into the expectedly filled to capacity Namboole again on Sunday, they will most definitely be faced with a whole new situation at hand.

The opponents at the other end will be Malawi. By far no strangers to the Pearl of Africa. Almost twenty months ago, the Flames of Malawi trudged the Namboole turf as they tussled out with the Cranes in an international friendly.

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The Flames left Kampala with the satisfaction of picking up a positive result over by then sebastien Desabre’s Cranes team in their own backyard.

This time round, both teams will be under the guidance of different men and driven by different ambitions. The valorous 34-year old Irishman Johnathan McKinstry will plot for the Cranes, while 47-year-old former player Meke Mwase will plan for Malawi.

On the field of play though, the cranes still dance to pretty much the same old class of players. Up to a dozen players who featured for the Cranes on 27th March 2018 are in the Cranes Camp ahead of the game.

Captain Denis Onyango, Bevis Mugabi, Murshid Jjuuko, Taddeo Lwanga, Hassan Wasswa, Emmanuel Okwi, Luwagga Kizito, Joseph Ochaya, Fahad Bayo, Lukwago Charles, Timothy Awany and Nicolas Wadadda.

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Godfrey Walusimbi has since hung up his boots, but you could have bet your money’s worth on him to be at Sky Hotel, Naguru; where the team is based.

Malawi do have a respect level of consistence as well. They boast of six players to feature that day still within the national team ranks.

Goalkeeper Brighton Munthali, Gomezgani Chirwa, John Banda, Robin Ngalande, Richard Mbulu, Stanley Sanudi.

Friendly games are not as useless after all, as the goalless stalemate then can still provide a bit of guidance to either coaches and provide them with possibly what to expect from either sets of players.

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How both sides lined up then!

Uganda Cranes XI: Denis Onyango (G.K, Captain), Denis Iguma, Godfrey Walusimbi, Bevis Mugabi, Murshid Jjuuko, Taddeo Lwanga, Hassan Wasswa Mawanda, Milton Karisa (52’ Abraham Ndugwa), Emmanuel Okwi (60’ William Kizito Luwagga), Yunus Sentamu (62’ Derrick Nsibambi), Joseph Ochaya (94’ Fahad Bayo)

Un used Subs: Salim Jamal (G.K), Charles Lukwago, Isaac Isinde, Timothy Awany, Alex Kakuba, Geofrey ‘Baba’ Kizito, Hood Kaweesa

Head coach: Sebastien Desabre (France)

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Malawi Flames XI: Charles Swini (G.K), Precious Sambani, Denis Chembezi, Limbikani Mzava, Gombezeani Chirwa, John Banda, Rafik Namwera (46’ Frank Banda), Chawanangwa Kaonga, Dalisto Sailesi (71’ Patrick Phiri), Roben Nealande, Richard Mbulu (46’ Cheiukepo Musowoya)

Un used subs: Brighton Muntari (G.K), John Lanjesi, Stanley Sanodi, Yamikani Fodya, Alfred Manyozo, Felix Zulu, Righteous Banda

Head coach: Ronny Van Geneugeden (Belgium)

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