Uganda vs Lesotho Free. Just one day before their AFCON 2019 qualifying tournament in Uganda, Lesotho’s head coach, Moses Malia, came out and suggested that his team was not here to play, but to fight for the three points.
This happened after Malie and her team landed at the Entebbe International Airport on Thursday afternoon.
“We know how Uganda plays and respects them, because now they are the leaders of the group, Saeed Malie.
“However, we are in a mission that we hope to achieve.”
“We will give an energetic fight on two legs, starting this game on Saturday. Maliehe, the former Lesotho U-20 national team, who was promoted to the senior team, replaced Seephephe “Mochini” Matete last year, also said he had good preparations for the game, so they are not worried.
“We trained well and conducted a training game in South Africa against Free State Stars,” Malia continued.
“The results of the practice coincide with the fact that we played 30-30 minutes, and this club had all its players.
“We use several of them. This will be a completely different game plan. In a friendly game against Free State Stars, the crocodiles lost 9-0.
About Namboole, which is a natural lawn, but most stadiums in Lesotho are man-made, the 47-year-old had to say.
“Yes, I know the difference in the surfaces of the game.
“There is a big difference, but in Lesotho we not only have artificial turf, but there are some fields that are natural, and we also practice them.
Lesotho landed in the country with a delegation of 26 people and registered at the Imperial Royale Hotel in Kampala. They will spend their last training in Nambul on Friday afternoon.
“Crocodiles” ranked second in the group “L” records with two points in the number of games, their opponents – Uganda – four. Lesotho players face Uganda:
Goalkeepers: Samuel Hetsekile (FC Masheeshena), Lomani Mfkhuti (LDF), Mohau Kuenane (Free agent)
Defenders: Copano Tzeka (Lioli football club), Mafa Moremohoho (Lioli football club), Nkau Lerotoli (LMPS), Basia Makep (LMPS)
Forward: Masoabi Nkoto (Real Kings FC), Motebang Sulfur (Matlama), Moshoche Seto (LCS), The Tapelo Tales (LCS).