The Uganda Cranes and Vipers midfielder Abdul Karim Watambala is positive and confident ahead of CHAN Tournament in Cameroon next year.
The Venoms midfielder is part of the Cranes team that is currently training at Lugogo.
Watambala says that they have had enough training and coaches have helped them work on their weaknesses.
“We have spent three days in the camp. The training is very good, the coaches have helped us improve on our weaknesses,” he said.
He also looks at Chan not as a competition for Uganda to take part but targets bringing the trophy back home.
“We are not Looking at just competing, but looking at bringing the trophy back home. We promise to give our best at the tournament especially me as an individual, expect more assists and goals from me,” he added.
The young midfielder is living his dream since rising from the Vipers junior team and recently made his senior debut for the Cranes against South Sudan in AFCON Qualifiers.
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