Therefore, the Cranes must defeat Taifa Stars in Dar es Salaam to get back qualification possibilities.
Many people are looking forward to the clash but Mulitin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic isn’t since it could potentially end his reign as the Cranes head coach.
Despite that though, the Serb chose to focus on readying the team for the match than something else. He said that ninety-six hours apart is a blessing for redemption.
“In past times, we had a situation where after one match for the national team, you wait three months to either be happy that you have won or analyse why you have lost,” Micho told the press.
Micho revealed he believes in his players as well as the staff on the team. However, he also revealed strong respect for his opponents.
Msuva, the tormentor in chief for Cranes in the first game said a good Ugandan side will give them a hard time. He, therefore, called upon all Tanzanians to show support.
“We thank God for the win in the previous game but that’s behind us,” said Msuva who has scored in the past three successive games against Uganda.
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