KCCA FC travels to Tanzania with out sharpshooter Patrick Kaddu

By Kigunddu Lineaker

A contingent of 31people have traved to Tanzania for the CAF Confederation Cup game against Mtibwa Sugar SC.
The contingent comprises of 18 players, seven technical team, two media personnel and officials.

Those who travelled are; Agnes Mugena (Leader of Delegation), Edgar Bwambale (Board Member), Anisha Muhoozi Shahir (Ag. CEO), Kaddu Moses (Ag. Manager Operations and admin), Magero Moses Mwanje (PRO), Patrick Fred Ochieng (Media officer)

Coaches; Mike Hillary Mutebi, Morley Byekwaso, Kaddu Badru, Kiwanuka Daniel, Jackson Magera
Doctors; Ivan Ssewanyana, Emma Tusuubira

Coaches; Mike Hillary Mutebi, Morley Byekwaso, Kaddu Badru, Kiwanuka Daniel, Jackson Magera.
Players; Goal Keepers; Charles Lukwago, Jamil Malyamungu. Defenders; Fillbert Obenchan, Timothy Dennis Awany (C), Hassan Musana, Eric Ssenjobe, Kizza Mustafa. Midfielders; Achai Herbert, Muzamiru Mutyaba, Lawrence Bukenya, Isaac Kirabira, Muwadda Mawejje, Nunda Jackson, Sserwadda Steven, Gift Ali Abubakar. Strikers; Mike Mutyaba, Allan Okello, Allan Kyambadde.

Spear head striker Patrick Kaddu was left out due to injury. Mike mutyaba is expected to lead the attack force.
KCCA FC play Mtibwa Sugar SC in a return leg on Saturday 22nd December 2018 at Azam Complex Stadium in Daresalaam.

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