Saturday, December 6, 2008

Cranes to break camp for X-mas

By Douglas Mazun

CRANES squad preparing for CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup in Kampala regroups mid next week but will be given a Christmas break on December 24. FUFA technical director Edgar Watson said that the squad of 29 players will embark on non-residential training at Namboole stadium on Wednesday. “It’s a big pool of players for training purposes but we shall pick a squad of 23 before the team goes into residential training on December 22,” Watson said. “We are yet to decide where the team will reside,” Watson explained. The team mainly comprised of home-based players will be cut down to 20 players who will be registered for the event that kicks off on December 31. Watson said players will return to camp on Boxing Day. The three top teams will get cash from the tournament sponsors GTV.


MatteJerry said...

Great Picture, why not for public use?

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