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Proline FC To Benefit From CECAFA Cup Exposure – Bisaso

Coach Shafic Bisaso has said that Proline will benefit much, including exposure, from CECAFA Kagame Cup.

The newly promoted side has on Wednesday afternoon confirmed that they will participate in the CECAFA Kagame Cup in Kigali from July 7-21.

“Its a good tournament to test our players on a bigger stage,” Bisaso exclusively told the-SportsNation. “We want to take advantage of this chance to let our players get exposed internationally.”

“Bright Anukani and Mustafa Mujuzi have been on the continent with the National team, and we want the rest of the squad to have that feel. I think this is a big boost.”

Bright Anukani (4) in National team colours

Bisaso added that he will assemble a competitive side that will put up a ‘big challenge’ against the big boys.

Proline FC will start their preparations on Monday, 24 at Lugogo with gym sessions before engaging in football sessions.

It should be noted that Proline FC, who are at CECAFA through an invite, won the 2019 Stanbic Uganda Cup after beating Bright Stars in shootouts in Masaka.

KCCA FC is the other Uganda Premier League side that will be in Rwanda for CECAFA.

CECAFA brings together teams from Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi, Djibouti, Eritrea, Sudan, Somalia, South Sudan, Ethiopia, Uganda, Tanzania and Zanzibar.

Tanzania’s Azam FC are the defending champions, having beaten compatriots Simba in Dar es Salaam last year.

Confirmed Teams expected to play at the CECAFA – Kagame Cup in Rwanda.

TP Mazembe (Congo), KCCA FC (Uganda), Proline FC (Uganda), Rayon Sport (Rwanda), APR FC (Rwanda), Gor Mahia (Kenya), Bandari (Kenya), Azam (Tanzania), KMC (Tanzania), KMKM (Zanzibar), AS Ports (Djibouti), Heegan (Somali), Green Buffaloes (Zambia).

Brian Kawalya

Brian Kawalya

Chief Sports Writer
Brian Kawalya is an Award winning Journalist, Director and Chief Sports Writer of The-SportsNation, covering top events and breaking some of the biggest stories.
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