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JONATHAN MCKINSTRY CLAIMS 2020 CHAN WILL DEVELOP THE LOCAL PLAYERS MINDS.

After a shocking loss to tournament
Giants Morocco in their previous
game has left the Uganda Cranes
on the brink of another
disappointing performance at the
African Nations Championships
(CHAN). Johnathan McKinistry came out and said;

“The feeling of having given everything & come up short is a bitter one, but the experience of the CHAN2020 will help this group of UPL players grow & develop,” McKinstry tweeted.

“We now turn our focus to March where we are determined to book Uganda Cranes ticket to #AFCON2021.”

Surely, there will be no room for mistakes
for the Cranes in next year’s CHAN tournament in the group appearance at the tournament
final in five appearances.


A single point in two group games has
the Cranes in limbo of another group stage
elimination and Johnathan McKinstry’s men
who failed to a maintain a lead against defending
champions Morocco in their final Group C
clash at the Stade de la Reunification in
Douala on Tuesday where they lost by five(5) goals to two(2)

Ibrahim Orit and Said Kyeyune scored for the Paerl but their brilliance couldn’t deter Moroccans from putting five past their opponents.

Ibrahim Orit fighting for the ball.


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Mugalu Jeremiah

Audio- Visual Journalist / Sports Writer / Motivational speaker / BALL IS MY DRUG

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