FUFA DRUM 2019: Obua takes charge of Lango Province

SINAN RAJUB SENOGA

Former Uganda Cranes international David Obua “King David” will be the head coach of the Lango Province in the second edition of the FUFA Drum tournament.

Obua took helms of the Lango province team on Tuesday 26th March ahead of the tourney opener against holders Buganda on Saturday at Mukono.

The former Kaizer Chiefs player took the team through drills at the Uganda Martyrs University, Ngetta campus grounds before promising positive results to the Lango faithfuls.

This is Obua’s first assignment since leaving his assistant coach designation at Premier league side Maroons FC.

KCCA’s Timothy Awany and Allan Okello together with Paidha Black Angels’ talisman Dickens Okwir and Joachim Ojera of URA are some of the players expected to fuel Obua’s ambitions.

Lango Province is pitted in Group B alongside Buganda, Ankole and minnows Sebei.

Lango Province Provisional Squad
Goalkeepers
Emma Odongkara (Bukedea TC), Denis Otim (Nyamityobora), Saddam Ogwang, Franco Oringa (Amuka Bright Stars)

Defenders
Timothy Awany (KCCA), Herbert Achai (KCCA), Ivan Okello (Amuka Bright Stars) Felix Oyari (Amuka Bright Stars), Arwata (Saviors FC), Saddi (Saviors FC), Emmanuel Ocaa (Saviors FC), Emmanuel Obua (Bukedea TC), John Paul Acire (Nyamityobora)

Midfielders;
Osama Farouk, Walter Egang (Saviors FC), Abedi Okello (Saviors FC), Joachim Ojera (URA FC), Moses Aliro (Doves All Stars), Denis Omedi (Amuka Bright Stars), Innocent Maduka (Amuka Bright Stars), Allan Okello (KCCA), Emmanuel Ekol (Saviors FC), Sam Baker (Amuka Bright Stars), Emma Okwir (Amuka Bright Stars), Evans Oree (Amuka Bright Stars), Lameck Ebong (Nyamityobora), Achai (Saviors)

Strikers;
Dickens Okwir (Paidha Black Angels), Pate Wanock (Paidha Black Angels), Christopher Kirya (Amuka Bright Stars), Ivan Nyagkori (Amuka Bright Stars), Ronnie Okullu (JMC Hippos), Fahad, Ekwaro (Saviors FC) Patience Okori (Amuka Bright Stars), Bronson Nsubuga (Maroons FC)

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