Vipers SC has confirmed a 25 man delegation that comprise of 17 players and 8 officials that will travel to Tunisia for the CAF Confederations Cup return leg against CS Sfaxien slated for Sunday 20th January.
The head of delegation is Fufa executive member Rogers Byamukama. The traveling contingent will depart in the wee hours of Friday aboard Turkish Airlines flight to Istanbul from where the team will connect to Tunis.
The Kitende outfit will be without suspended left back Yayo Lutimba while custodian Bashir Sekagya miss the trip through injury. Davis Kasirye, Rahmat Ssenfuka, Joseph Janjali and Noah Wafula have all been dropped.
The traveling contingent
Fabien Mutombora, Ochan Derrick
Livingstone Mulondo, Bashir Bashir, Aggrey Madoi, Wasswa Geofrey Wasswa,Lwaliwa Halid Lwaliwa, Ibrahim Kiyemba
Tadeo Lwanga, Brian Nkuubi, Tom Masiko, Moses Waiswa Ndhondi, Duncan Seninde
Tito Okello, Dan Sserunkuma, Steven Mukwala, Abraham Ndugwa
Rogers Byamukama ( Leader of Delegation), Michael Nam Ouma (Head Coach), Edward Golola (Ass. Coach), Moses Oloya (Goalkeeping Coach), Nyakana Ram (strength/conditioning coach), Kasagga Mathias (physiotherapist), Kyobe Harunah (Club Director),Njuba Simon Peter (official)
The first leg ended in a goalless draw at Kitende, the aggregate winner will prevail to the group stages of the competition.