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Uganda Cranes settle in Annaba, conduct first training session

Uganda Cranes arrived in Annaba on Wednesday evening and have settled in well as kickoff for the TotalEnergies African Nations Championship draws closer.

With the tournament getting underway on Friday, players and the technical staff are making the final preparations. Equally for CAF, they are making final touches to have a memorable Championship.

On Thursday, the team had an orientation engagement with CAF officials covering aspects like matchday operations, doping, laws of the game, communication, marketing, safety and security among others.

Later in the day, the team also conducted its first training session in Annaba at Stade Chabbou.

Uganda, placed in Group B will kick start the tournament against Democratic Republic of Congo on Saturday at Stadium 19th May 1956.

Here are some pictures from the day’s events

Goalkeeper Joel Mutakubwa (Right) sharing notes with a CAF Official.
L-R: Travis Mutyaba, Titus Ssematimba and Nelson Senkatuka.
Selfie Moment: Forward Moses Aliro (Yellow) and Goalkeeper Nafian Alionzi.
Nelson Senkatuka (seated) and Marvin Youngman during the CAF Photoshoot.
Defender Kenneth Ssemakula all smiles while on phone.
Midfielder Titus Ssematimba taking pictures using his phone.
Defender Geofrey Wasswa all smiles.
Abdu Karim Watambala (Left) and Bright Anukani share a light moment.
Midfielder Moses Waiswa Ndondhi
Uganda Cranes having a bonding session before training at Stade Chabbou.
Team Media Officer Ahmed Hussein(red jacket) and National Teams Officer Paul Mukatabala (grey coat).
Coach Milutin Sredojevic passing on instructions in training.
Players getting ready for training.
Goalkeeper Joel Mutakubwa chest controls the ball.
Titus Ssematimba controls the ball in training.
Training at Stade Chabbou in Annaba.