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AFCON U-20: Hippos beat Bul FC for the second time in a trial match

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As preparations for the 2023 U20 Africa Cup of Nations set for February in Egypt, for the second time Uganda Hippos have beaten Bul FC 2-0 in another friendly match.

Patrick Kakande and Rodgers Mugisha scored for the Hippos in their 2-0 victory in a friendly against BUL FC at FUFA Technical Center Njeru.

Jackson Mayanja the Uganda Hippos head coach is convinced with his side’s performance.

“It was a very tough game and really portrays how these boys have been working so hard and victory against BUL FC which is among the teams leading the Uganda Premier League table is great.”

 

“We played different teams in each half in order to see their abilities. The boys have won all the four friendly games and as a manager I  feel so good.

The players have power and strength we have to only work on the a few things but the team is already getting in the tournament mood.” Mayanja added.

The Hippos are in preparation for the 2023 AFCON U-20 tournament that will be played in Egypt starting on 19th February and end on 11th  March in the cities of Cairo, Ismaillia and Alexandria.

They are in group B alongside Central African Republic, Congo Brazzaville and South Sudan

Summoned squad

Goalkeepers

Abdu Magada (Gaddafi FC)

Kamya Shamulan (Soltilo Bright Stars FC)

Ssenyondwa Denis Kaala (Bushenyi Veterans FC)

Nsumba Venacious (Wakiso Giants FC)

Oyo Delton (SC Villa)

Defenders

Lukwago Haruna (KCCA FC)

Opiru Justine (URA FC)

Mpanga Sula (Maroons FC)

Ibrahim Juma (FC Leganes, Spain)

Ssemayange Simon Kato (Soltilo Bright Stars FC)

Jimmy Ndalambi (Blacks Power FC)

Samson Kasozi (UPDF FC)

Ronald Madoi (Wakiso Giants FC)

Kakogwe Apollo (Wakiso Giants FC)

Rogers Torach (Vipers SC)

Simon Mukisa (UPDF FC)

Enyou Allan (Elite Falcons FC, Dubai)

Kibande Cyrus (Teranova Soccer Academy)

Kitariko Kiano (Kedleston Road, Derby campus, UK)

Midfielders

Saidi Mayanja (KCCA FC)

Ivan Irinimbabazi (Soltilo Bright Stars FC)

Frank Katongole (St. Mary’s, Kitende)

Allan Kiggundu (Bul FC)

Kyazze Faizo (Manyangwa FC)

Mugulusi Isma (Makedonikos FC, Greece), Jemba AbduShakur Ramsey ( International House Football Academy, Manchester)

Titus Ssematimba (Wakiso Giants FC)

Travis Mutyaba (SC Villa)

Faisal Wabyoona (KCCA FC)

Andrew Kawooya (KCCA FC)

Mutebi Hakim (St. Mary’s Kitende)

Nyanzi Marvin (Wakiso Giants FC)

Mukisa Owen (Bul FC)

Christian Mulindwa (Rangers FC)

Forwards

Kasinde Ibrahim (Soltilo Bright Stars FC)

Rogers Mugisha (UPDF FC)

Kakande Patrick Jonah ( SC Villa)

Hassan Mubiru (Express FC)

Ivan Asaba (Vipers SC)

Umar Lutalo (SC Villa)

Issa Bugembe (Soltilo Bright Stars FC)

Kyeyune Abas (UPDF FC)

Oscar Mawa (Italy)

Emmanuel Mukisa (Kataka FC)

Magogo Shafiq (UPDF FC)

Dembe John Paul (KCCA FC U20)

Kato Shaun Senkubuge (Tottenham Hotspur FC)

Alpha Ssali (Unattached)

Ssevume Simeo (Rubaga High School), Kakaire Thomas (Unattached)

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