Triumphant Uganda Cranes

Mandela Nation Stadium (Namboole) was full to the bream. My estimation stands at 60.000. With 10 points gathered so far, it literally means Uganda needs a point in their two remaining fixtures against Angola (September 3) and Kenya (October 8) to qualify for the finals for the first time since 1978.

Mandela Nation Stadium (Namboole) was full to the bream. My estimation stands at 60.000. With 10 points gathered so far, it literally means Uganda needs a point in their two remaining fixtures against Angola (September 3) and Kenya (October 8) to qualify for the finals for the first time since 1978.

A fan blows Vuvuzela moments after the final whistle at the Mandela Nation Stadium (Namboole) which played host to up to 60.000 fans. With 10 points gathered so far, it literally means Uganda needs a point in their two remaining fixtures against Angola (September 3) and Kenya (October 8) to qualify for the finals for the first time since 1978.

A fan blows Vuvuzela moments after the final whistle at the Mandela Nation Stadium (Namboole) which played host to up to 60.000 fans. With 10 points gathered so far, it literally means Uganda needs a point in their two remaining fixtures against Angola (September 3) and Kenya (October 8) to qualify for the finals for the first time since 1978.

Moments earlier, among the crowds were fans reading and discussing statistics. Uganda eventually won 2-0. With 10 points gathered so far, it literally means Uganda needs a point in their two remaining fixtures against Angola (September 3) and Kenya (October 8) to qualify for the finals for the first time since 1978.

Moments earlier, among the crowds were fans reading and discussing statistics. Uganda eventually won 2-0. With 10 points gathered so far, it literally means Uganda needs a point in their two remaining fixtures against Angola (September 3) and Kenya (October 8) to qualify for the finals for the first time since 1978.

Blow and Sell: Fans sell Vuvuzelas a few hours before kick-off. Thousands of Vuvuzela made their way into Mandela Nation Stadium (Namboole) where the Uganda Cranes humbled Guinea Bissau 2-0. With 10 points gathered so far, it literally means Uganda needs a point in their two remaining fixtures against Angola (September 3) and Kenya (October 8) to qualify for the finals for the first time since 1978.

Blow and Sell: Fans sell Vuvuzelas a few hours before kick-off. Thousands of Vuvuzela made their way into Mandela Nation Stadium (Namboole) where the Uganda Cranes humbled Guinea Bissau 2-0. With 10 points gathered so far, it literally means Uganda needs a point in their two remaining fixtures against Angola (September 3) and Kenya (October 8) to qualify for the finals for the first time since 1978.

Uncle Money or Mr. Cranes was in full gear to pump up the crowd. The Uganda cranes won the match 2-0 at Mandela Nation Stadium (Namboole). . With 10 points gathered so far, it literally means Uganda needs a point in their two remaining fixtures against Angola (September 3) and Kenya (October 8) to qualify for the finals for the first time since 1978.

Uncle Money or Mr. Cranes was in full gear to pump up the crowd. The Uganda cranes won the match 2-0 at Mandela Nation Stadium (Namboole). . With 10 points gathered so far, it literally means Uganda needs a point in their two remaining fixtures against Angola (September 3) and Kenya (October 8) to qualify for the finals for the first time since 1978.

Political Fortune:  Olara Otunnu waves to the crowds after Cranes beat Guinea Bissau 2-0 with goals from Godfrey Walusimbi and Geoffrey Massa. . With 10 points gathered so far, it literally means Uganda needs a point in their two remaining fixtures against Angola (September 3) and Kenya (October 8) to qualify for the finals for the first time since 1978

Political Fortune: Olara Otunnu waves to the crowds after Cranes beat Guinea Bissau 2-0 with goals from Godfrey Walusimbi and Geoffrey Massa. . With 10 points gathered so far, it literally means Uganda needs a point in their two remaining fixtures against Angola (September 3) and Kenya (October 8) to qualify for the finals for the first time since 1978

Amongst the 60.000 plus crowd was this lone Guinea Bissau fan in the VIP who waved the Guinea flag, shouted his voice horse and jumped endlessly. His team eventually lost the match 2-0 but it was such a remarkable effort by him. With 10 points gathered so far, it literally means Uganda needs a point in their two remaining fixtures against Angola (September 3) and Kenya (October 8) to qualify for the finals for the first time since 1978

Amongst the 60.000 plus crowd was this lone Guinea Bissau fan in the VIP who waved the Guinea flag, shouted his voice horse and jumped endlessly. His team eventually lost the match 2-0 but it was such a remarkable effort by him. With 10 points gathered so far, it literally means Uganda needs a point in their two remaining fixtures against Angola (September 3) and Kenya (October 8) to qualify for the finals for the first time since 1978

And this is how it feels like to celebrate a goal. It was such a gleaming atmosphere at the Mandela Nation Stadium (Namboole) as Uganda won the match 2-0. With 10 points gathered so far, it literally means Uganda needs a point in their two remaining fixtures against Angola (September 3) and Kenya (October 8) to qualify for the finals for the first time since 1978

And this is how it feels like to celebrate a goal. It was such a gleaming atmosphere at the Mandela Nation Stadium (Namboole) as Uganda won the match 2-0. With 10 points gathered so far, it literally means Uganda needs a point in their two remaining fixtures against Angola (September 3) and Kenya (October 8) to qualify for the finals for the first time since 1978

An estimated crowd of over 60.000 Uganda fans celebrate the second goal scored by Geoffrey Massa at the Mandela Nation Stadium (Namboole). The Uganda Cranes won the match 2-0. With 10 points gathered so far, it literally means Uganda needs a point in their two remaining fixtures against Angola (September 3) and Kenya (October 8) to qualify for the finals for the first time since 1978

An estimated crowd of over 60.000 Uganda fans celebrate the second goal scored by Geoffrey Massa at the Mandela Nation Stadium (Namboole). The Uganda Cranes won the match 2-0. With 10 points gathered so far, it literally means Uganda needs a point in their two remaining fixtures against Angola (September 3) and Kenya (October 8) to qualify for the finals for the first time since 1978

An estimated crowd of over 60.000 Uganda fans watched the at the Mandela Nation Stadium (Namboole). The Uganda Cranes won the match 2-0. With 10 points gathered so far, it literally means Uganda needs a point in their two remaining fixtures against Angola (September 3) and Kenya (October 8) to qualify for the finals for the first time since 1978

An estimated crowd of over 60.000 Uganda fans watched the at the Mandela Nation Stadium (Namboole). The Uganda Cranes won the match 2-0. With 10 points gathered so far, it literally means Uganda needs a point in their two remaining fixtures against Angola (September 3) and Kenya (October 8) to qualify for the finals for the first time since 1978

In case of an emergency, let’s say a stampede, this Red Cross team would be tasked to take care of over 60.000 plus fans that had turned up to watch the Uganda Cranes beat Guinea Bissau 2-0. Thank God nothing like that happened except a few injuries here and there. But with 10 points gathered so far, it literally means Uganda needs a point in their two remaining fixtures against Angola (September 3) and Kenya (October 8) to qualify for the finals for the first time since 1978

In case of an emergency, let’s say a stampede, this Red Cross team would be tasked with taking care of over 60.000 plus fans that had turned up to watch the Uganda Cranes beat Guinea Bissau 2-0. Thank God nothing like that happened except a few injuries here and there. But with 10 points gathered so far, it literally means Uganda needs a point in their two remaining fixtures against Angola (September 3) and Kenya (October 8) to qualify for the finals for the first time since 1978

Uganda Cranes Coach, Bobby Williamson applauds the fans for turning up in huge numbers to cheer on the team. Uganda Cranes beat Guinea Bissau 2-0. But with 10 points gathered so far, it literally means Uganda needs a point in their two remaining fixtures against Angola (September 3) and Kenya (October 8) to qualify for the finals for the first time since 1978

Uganda Cranes Coach, Bobby Williamson applauds the fans for turning up in huge numbers to cheer on the team. Uganda Cranes beat Guinea Bissau 2-0. But with 10 points gathered so far, it literally means Uganda needs a point in their two remaining fixtures against Angola (September 3) and Kenya (October 8) to qualify for the finals for the first time since 1978

16 thoughts on “Triumphant Uganda Cranes

    • I am glad to hear that Andy..Next tym, u will need to catch the next flight to Ug just to be part of the celebrations

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