WE ARE GOING TO ELIMINATE CAMEROON.
BY; GEOFFREY MUGABI.
Yesterday, President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni gave a greenlight to Sports activities to resume after 26 weeks and five days since they were closed due to coronavirus pandemic in the country.
The Uganda Martrys High School and U-17 Women National Team Kevin Nakacwa, is ready to humiliate Cameroon in the U-17 Women World Cup Qualifiers.
"As I'm getting ready for Cameroon, "With all my strength and with the precious help from my teammates and all of the team staff, we are very ready to eliminate Cameroon." Kevin Nakacwa told this source.
Kevin picked a serious thigh injury in the camp ahead of their home game against Ethiopia in U-17 Women World Qualifiers and missed the last two legs against Tanzania.
"I have been training since recovering from the thigh injury, and I thank Federation Of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) for the financial assistance to continue training from home." Stated Kevin Nakacwa.
"It will be the last encounter to determine who will Qualify between Uganda and Cameroon. So it is a do or die game which means a lot to us as team, as a player and to the fans as well."
"I will give my whole for the team to make sure we Qualify. And as a focused player, I believe qualifying is imminent." Words by Kevin Nakacwa.
There are too many non-events in soccer that are important, like the deterrence of an attack. The talented midfielder is good at scanning the field, knowing the available passes and shuffling into a lane to prevent a dangerous ball forward. So the midfielders can play the ball out wide or dribble past her and to a trap, rather than getting the ball into their forwards. Sometimes she can win the ball back with this knowledge of where a pass should go.
"We want to reach higher and to succeed in all challenges that may come our way." Kevin concluded.
The 16yr old magician, takes her opponents for a spin. Defenders get close, grab her, and she puts out her left hand while keeping the ball on her inside and rotating counterclockwise.
Players are to be tested for coronavirus for 72 hours before and every after 14 days, and they are supposed to have retake of tests.
The team is set to host Cameroon in Kampala for the first leg between 31st October and 2nd November 2020 in the final stage for a slot in the FIFA U-17 World Cup.
The winner between Uganda and Cameroon after the two ties will qualify directly to the World Cup which will be hosted in Mumbai, India in early 2021.