Kajoba: Vipers SC coach 'denied' his players from Hippos ahead of Al Hilal date

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Vipers SC head coach Fred Kajoba is struggling to have his three gamers launched from the Uganda U20 crew forward of their Caf Champions League sport which begins on November 27.

The Ugandan Premier League (UPL) giants will likely be representing the nation within the competitors to be performed later in November. The tactician has now mentioned the three gamers, Najib Yiga, Aziz Kayondo and Bobos Byaruhanga needs to be launched to assist the crew have a greater likelihood of advancing.

“I actually needed my gamers as a result of they’re very useful to the crew as we head to the Caf Champions League qualifiers in opposition to Al Hilal,” Kajoba informed Football256

“I talked to [Hippos coach] Morley Byekwaso asking him for the boys however my request hit a deaf ear. I defined to him how I badly wanted them however I acquired a detrimental reply.

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“I reached the extent of asking for at the very least two gamers specifically Aziz Kayondo and Bobosi Byaruhanga however nonetheless my request hardly materialised.”

The U20 crew is getting ready for the Cecafa U20 competitors which can even be used as a Zone 5 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifier and Byekwaso explains why he can’t launch the aforementioned gamers.

“I’ve spent time with these gamers organising for Cecafa,” the tactician mentioned.

“It is a essential time for our preparations and we will’t afford to lose these gamers as a result of they’re essential to us. The system that registers gamers to play within the match by Caf was closed so we can’t add any participant to the crew.

“If we had an opportunity to deliver on different gamers. You by no means know we might weigh potential choices. I’ve no say on this although.

“I’ve knowledgeable my bosses at Fufa noting that they’re very useful gamers on my crew. If I lose the three gamers I’m left with solely 17 gamers eligible to take part within the Cecafa match.”  

Uganda are in Group B alongside Burundi, Eritrea and South Sudan whereas hosts Tanzania are in Group A, together with Somalia, Rwanda and Djibouti.

Kenya, Sudan and Ethiopia are in Group C. The match recommences on November 23.

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