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Uganda cranes in calculations at CHAN

As the Uganda cranes team departed from the country to the dispatched country Rwanda for the CHAN competition, they were confident enough that they were to make it to the last day of the competition until their second match when they lost against Zambia.

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Well, Uganda didn’t have a poor start but definitely they didn’t have a convincing start against Mali after both of them drew between themselves.

Uganda cranes lost against Zambia and now they are remaining with only one match within the group.

They need a great win against Zimbabwe in order for them to make it to the quarter finals of the CHAN competition.

Uganda lies 3rd in Group D with only one point that they obtained against Mali. Uganda cranes Captain Miya also obtained an injury during the first match of Uganda cranes against Mali which was also a great notch to the cranes side.

Uganda cranes supporters are now hoping for the best tomorrow as the cranes face Zimbabwe and wish they can make it to the next level at the CHAN. As for me I wish the best for the team.

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