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KCCA FC Sources More Players From The Junior Team Preparing A Head Of CECAFA Kagame Cup

On 2 Feb 2017 the KCCA FC indorsed 6 players to the main, it is now 3 years down the road and these boys are still shinning in the Uganda soccer arena, they also featured on the national team, these include Allan Okello, Julius Poloto, Mustapha Kizza, Peter Magamabo, Lawrence Bukenya, Magambo Peter Sako & Noel Nasasila.

In the same Mike Mutebi the coach has promoted more 6 players to the main team and according to the coach, a lot is expected from the youngsters. These include Kato Samuel, Jurua Hassan, Sako & Ramadan Musa playing in the centre back, Joseph Kafumbe playing left back and Joseph Kizza Bukenya a winger player, Sadata Anaku a striker.

Among all the 6 players, Mutebi has put more emphasis on Sadat Anaku who has been the top scorer in the junior league for 3 consecutive seasons with a total of 87 goals according to the coach this player plays like Andrew Mukasa the legendary striker.

Anaku pledged to score more goals in the main league.

Kato a midfielder one of the players he says that he wants to win a trophy for KCCA.

Today KCCA FC is et to travel to Rwanda to participate in CECAFA Kagame cup and they will be joined by proline FC that won Uganda cup.

Shafik Bosco the proline coach stated that this is an important tournament to them.

In this tournament in Rwanda will open the tournament with Bandari FC from Kenya and pro line will be playing APR on Saturday.

 

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