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Express’ Walusimbi confident he can be a Cranes mainstay

By Brian Aheebwa
Express FC captain Enock Walusimbi | Express FC photo

Express FC captain Enock Walusimbi is amongst the 33 players summoned for the Uganda Cranes ahead of a friendly match against South Africa due June 10 in Johannesburg.

It is the first time the former Bright Stars defender is being called for national duty, and becoming a Cranes mainstay is his ultimate target.

“Like any other player, it is a dream come true to be summoned for the national team. This means I have to double my efforts and become a regular, and I believe I will,” Walusimbi was quoted by the club website.

He was summoned alongside fellow defender Murushid Juuko, with whom they can carry their defence partnership from club to the national team, and forward Eric Kambale.

“As for my teammates, Juuko and Kambale, I believe they have the same goal, and hopefully, we put up a good performance against South Africa,” he added.

Walusimbi and the other defenders at Express have enjoyed the experience Juuko added to the team that has seen them solid, allowing in only 13 league goals and 16 across all competitions this season.

However, several other locally based good defenders were also summoned, we, therefore, wait to see which partnership head coach Abdallah Mubiru with prefer.

Eric Kambale will also be a first-timer for the Cranes, and his scintillating performance at Express this season especially in the second round speaks volumes on his summoning.

The pacey forward has managed 15 leagues goals, 17 in all competitions and will surely contest for a starting berth against South Africa with the likes of league top scorer Yunus Ssentamu, Police youngster Derrick Kakooza and the experienced Patrick Kaddu.

“It is a fantastic achievement for me, I would first of all like to appreciate my teammates, the technical team and club management for enabling me to perform well,” Kambale was quoted by the club website.

“Whatever we have achieved as a club is down to working as a unit and for me, the call up gives me the motivation to perform to my best when we face South Africa,” he added.

The team will enter camp on Sunday, May 30, at the Cranes Paradise Hotel in Kisaasi, and residential training will start on Monday at the MTN Omondi Stadium, Lugogo.

The Uganda Cranes Squad:

Goalkeepers: Ismail Watenga (Chippa United), Charles Lukwago (KCCA FC), Simon Tamale (Bright Stars FC), Mathias Kigonya (Azam FC)

Defenders: Elvis Bwomono (Southend United FC), Innocent Wafula (Mbarara City FC), Paul Willa (Vipers SC), Mustafa Kizza (Montreal Impact FC), Aziiz Kayondo (Vipers SC), Halid Lwaliwa (Vipers SC), Murshid Juuko (Express FC), Gavin Kizito Mugweri (SC Villa), Kenneth Ssemakula (BUL FC),Paul Patrick Mbowa (URA FC), Enock Walusimbi (Express FC), Muhamud Hassan (Police FC)

Midfielders: Taddeo Lwanga (Simba SC), Moses Waiswa Ndhondi (SuperSport United FC), Bobosi Byaruhanga (Vipers SC), Ivan Sserubiri (URA FC), Bright Anukani (KCCA FC), Shafik Kagimu (URA FC), Ismail Mugulusi (Busoga United FC), Steven Serwaradda (KCCA FC), Abdu Lumala (Pyramids FC), Ibrahim Orit (Vipers SC), Joseph Akandwanaho (Bright Stars FC)

Forwards: Emmanuel Okwi (Ittihad Alexandria FC), Richard Basangwa (Vipers SC), Patrick Kaddu (Youssoufia Berrechid), Derrick Kakooza (Police FC), Yunus Ssentamu ( Vipers SC), Eric Kambale (Express FC), Allan Okello ( AC Paradou)

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