- Uganda head coach and former Sierra Leone boss Johnathan McKinstry has expressed his satisfaction ahead of the 2021 African Nations Championship (CHAN) competition.
- As his side set to open their continental tournament with a clash against East African rivals Rwanda next Monday, January 18, the Northern Irish man took to Twitter to expressed his satisfaction with his team’s preparations.
Uganda will battle it out with holders Morocco, regional rivals Rwanda and debutants Togo in Group C.
CHAN tournament will run from January 16 to February 7, 2021, in Cameroon.
“The energy in camp is good with everyone focused on maximising the final week of preparations with @UgandaCranes and being in peak condition for the 18th January.”
Under McKinstry’s supervision, Sierra Leone achieved their highest ever FIFA World Ranking position of 50th in 2014.
The 2021 competition will be the 6th edition of the biennial showpiece organised by the Confederation of African Football (CAF), exclusively for players who feature in their domestic leagues.
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Uganda Cranes training at Bepanda Annex Stadium in Douala. pic.twitter.com/r1dOJi5hyE
— FUFA (@OfficialFUFA) January 11, 2021
The team behind the Team.
Every member works tirelessly in the run up to & during each Camp, Game & Tournament to give our players every chance of achieving their ambitions.
Every person's contribution, on or off the pitch, is vitality important to any success we achieve.
— Johnathan McKinstry (@johnnymckinstry) January 10, 2021