The Uganda National football team, the Cranes will take on Niger and Central African Republic in international friendlies at the start of next month.
This development was confirmed by credible sources which also informed that the team will conduct a training camp starting on 28th of May.
This will be the second training camp under head coach Sebastian Desabre after holding one in February which saw the Cranes face off with Sao Tome and Malawi at Namboole.
The Frenchman insists that he still has a number of players to look at before deciding the lot with which he will work with.
The February window saw Azerbaijan based Farooq Miya and Edrisa Lubega who plays for Floridsdorfer Athletiksport-Club in Austria not turn up as they both decided to stay with their respective clubs.
The pair along with other players that Desabre will choose are expected to turn up this time round in the last training camp before the AFCON 2019 qualifier with Tanzania.
Uganda will take on the East African neighbors on 09-09-2018 at Namboole before a double header with Lesotho the following month.
Geoffrey Sserunkuma’s 83rd minute strike was all that Uganda needed to win the first game 1-0 away to Cape Verde and attain maximum points.
The Cranes currently lead group L with three points from one game, Lesotho and Tanzania occupy second and third with a point each.