Amus College star Oyirwoth on final squad for World Cup Qualifiers

Amus College star Oyirwoth on final squad for World Cup Qualifiers

By Emmanuel Sekago

It was happiness at Amus college school -Bukedea as students jubilated on news that there school team captain Allan Oyirwoth is named on Final squad for World Cup Qualifiers.

It started as a joke but it has ended up as news, not only Amus college school students jubilating but the Bukedea community is up to now jubilating hearing the news that the school captain is on the final squad of the world cup qualifiers, Amus college school -Bukedea has gone in history along side Uganda secondary schools sports association (USSSA) a student named on the Uganda cranes team.

isiagi-Andrew- the Resident Executive director Amus College school once played for URA

To really prove the happiness on the USSSA X former tweeter said, Ladies and gentlemen, our Star boy Allan Oyirwoth of Amus College Bukedea, has made it to the final squad of the
@UgandaCranes ahead of the 2026 @FIFAWorldCup qualifiers against Guinea and Somalia. Congratulations Allan, For Schools Sports for Better.

The resident executive director of Amus College School -Bukedea, Andrew Isiagi who once featured for URA talking to wallnetnews couldn’t hide his happiness wishing him success in representing the country flag.

Allan Oyirwoth the MVP of Massaza Cup 2023

While the head teacher of Amus College school -Bukedea Mr Opolot his happiness was far beyond to the extent of saying that more history is soon coming in girls football.

” You well know that at Amus college school-Bukedea our Motto is LET THERE BE LIGHT, Amus is the best school to nurture your child academically, spiritually, morally and talent.” said Opolot.

” People have been asking the location of our school, its located in Bukedea District, Eastern Uganda. One kilometer off Mbale- Soroti highway. On Amus Sapir Hill,” he added.

The final Uganda Cranes team, under new Head Coach, Paul Put,unveiled his final squad for the two 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifying matches from the provisional 36-man team that was initially summoned
Notably, goalkeepers Nafian Alionzi and Joel Mutakubwa, Mustafa Kizza, injured Benjamin Nyakoojo, Isma Mugulusi, Hamza Kawooya and Joachim Ojera were the dropped.

The Uganda Cranes list of 27 players with the local based players and officials will depart for Morocco tomorrow (Sunday) at 10PM aboard Uganda Airlines to Dubai from where they will connect to Casablanca with Emirates Airlines.

The foreign based players will link up with the team in Berkane, Morocco from their respective clubs.

Uganda will compete against Guinea and Somalia respectively, with both matches set to take place in Morocco on November 17th and 21st 2023.

The games will start Paul Put’s reign as Uganda Cranes head coach and the Belgian will hope to impress.

Meanwhile, Uganda Cranes are in Group G, alongside Algeria, Somalia, Guinea, Botswana, and Mozambique, with the top team qualifying for the 2026 FIFA World Cup in North America.

Uganda Cranes squad
Goalkeepers; Salim Omar Magoola (Richards Bay FC, South Africa), Isima Bin Rashid Abdul Watenga (Golden Arrows FC, South Africa) and Jack Komakech (Vipers SC, Uganda)

Defenders; Kenneth Semakula (SC Villa, Uganda), Gavin Kizito Mugweri (SC Villa, Uganda), Elvis Bwomono Okello (IBV Vestmannaeyjar, Iceland), Abdu Aziizi Kayondo CD Leganes, Spain), Ibrahim Juma (CD Leganes, Spain), Halidi Lwaliwa (FK Bregalnica, North Macedonia), Bevis Kristofer Mugabi (Motherwell FC, Scotland), Denis Timothy Awany (SC Ashdod, Israel) and Rogers Ochaki Torach (Vipers SC, Uganda)

Midfielders; Bobosi Byaruhanga (Austin FC, USA), Khalid Aucho (Yanga SC, Tanzania), Hudu Mulikyi (URA, Uganda), Allan Oyirwoth (AMUS College, Uganda), Bright Anukani (Vipers SC, Uganda) and Travis Mutyaba (FC Dinamo Tbilisi, Georgia)

Forwards; Umaru Lutalo (SC Villa, Uganda), Joseph Kizito Luwagga (Hapoel Kfar Saba, Israel), Denis Omedi (Kitara FC, Uganda), Fred Amaku (Maroons FC, Uganda), Richard Basangwa (Wadi Degla SC, Egypt), Rogers Mato (Sanliurfaspor FC, Turkey), Milton Karisa (Vipers SC, Uganda), Yunus Sentamu (Vipers SC, Uganda) and Fahad Aziz Bayo (MFK Vyskov, Czech Republic),

Officials; Leader of Delegation- Rasoul Ariga, Head Coach – Put Paul Joseph, Assistant Coach- Sam Ssimbwa Bamweyana , Goalkeeping Coach- Gery Osste , Performance Manager – Sven De Wilde, Fitness Coach – Mathieu Denis , National Teams Officer – Paul Mukatabala, Team Manager – Geoffrey Massa, Team Rehabilitation- Arno Parmentier, Team Physiotherapist- Ivan Ssewanyana, Team Doctor – Emmanuel Nakabago, Video Analyst – Jelle Sevenhant, Equipment Manager 1 – Samuel Mulondo, Equipment Manager 2 – Ayub Balyejjusa and Media Officer – Alex Kasirye

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