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Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Zambia’s 2016 CHAN opponents Uganda secure two friendlies

Sports Zambia's 2016 CHAN opponents Uganda secure two friendlies

Zambia’s 2016 CAF Africa Nations Championship(CHAN) Group D opponents Uganda are set to play two friendly games before the tournament in Rwanda.

According to sources, Uganda will play Gabon and Cameroon.

The Cranes wilL be play Cameroon on January 13 and three days later face Gabon.

However, venues have yet to be communicated.

Uganda will face Zambia in both sides penultimate Group D match on January 23.

Zambia will face Zimbabwe in their opening Group D match on January 19 and Mali on January 27.


  1. What a Headline baLT! You can be more direct in asking FAZ to secure friendlies in prep for CHAN than sound SCARED that Uganda have sealed theirs with Cameroun and Gabon. You also make it sound like Uganda’s friendlies will give them an ‘UNFAIR’ advantage over us, yet planning ahead has never been Kalusha’s FAZ culture. They believe in EATING AHEAD!!!!!

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