Micho- Hassan Wasswa Love Affair Continues

Embattled Sports Club Villa midfielder, Hassan Wasswa’s relationship with Uganda Cranes Micho Sredojević is back on after more than 100 days of his being dropped from the national setup.  Wasswa was yesterday named as part of a squad of 22 home based and one professional to resume the Cranes na Mutima campaign over the weekend.

Micho has named Wasswa (inset) on the squad of 23 players for the Cranes Na-Mutima Northern region tour
Micho has named Wasswa (inset) on the squad of 23 players for the Cranes Na-Mutima Northern region tour

The team will have one training session at Namboole stadium on Saturday at Namboole to pick the 18 players, who will travel to Gulu later in the afternoon.

“Players who impress in this campaign have a chance to make the grade to the final squad for the Togo clash on 11th October 2014,” Micho said. Probably this is Wasswa’s chance for a comeback.

Hassan Wasswa’s only competitive match came against Soana on the opening day of the Uganda Premier League last Friday in almost 5months.

The trip to Northern Uganda courtesy of Nile Special comes after the national team has toured excited fans at the Western and North Eastern towns of Mbarara and Soroti respectively.

The players leave for Gulu District the same day before playing a select team of Northern region players at Pece Stadium on Sunday.

Cranes squad; Benjamin Ochan (SCVU), Ismail Watenga (Vipers) and Brian Bwete(URA), Dennis Iguma (SCVU), Dennis Okot (SCVU), Isaac Isinde (St George), Savio Kabugo (SCVU), Murushid Jjuuko (SCVU), Isa Lumu (Kira Young), Fred Nkata (SC Villa), Dan Birikiirwa(Vipers),Muzamiru Mutyaba (SCVU), Ivan Ntege (KCC), Hassan Wasswa (SC Villa),Allan Kyambadde (Vipers), Saidi Kyeyune (URA), Brian Nkuubi (Kira Young), Baker Lukooya (Kira Young) and Moses Oloya,William Wadri (KCC), Brian Omony (KCC), Robert Ssentongo (URA) and Mathew Odong (SCVU)

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