CAF Confederation Cup
El Nasr vs Proline FC
Borg El Arab Stadium, Alexandria
Sunday, 27-10-2019 @8pm
Proline FC have on Saturday morning departed for Egypt ahead of their CAF Confederations Cup away to Libyan side El Nasr.
The two side will face off on Sunday at the Borg El Arab Stadium in Alexandria. This game will be played in Egypt for security reasons.
A contingent of 25 personnel-18players-7 officials, flew out of the country aboard Egypt air at around 4am.
Proline left minus striker Ivan Bogere who went AWOL and that left the Lugogo based side with just two recognized strikers in Hakim Kiwanuka and Hamis Diego Kizza.
The playing staff consists of two goalkeepers, seven defenders and seven midfielders.
Proline have been excellent in the CAF Confederations Cup In their maiden campaign as they are yet to lose a game.
They defeated Masters Security 3-0 on aggregate in the first leg, beating the Malawian side 3-0 in the first leg at Lugogo before drawing 0-0 in the second leg.
They then scrapped past Rwandese side AS Kigali 2-1 on aggregate. Proline drew 1-1 away from home before completing the job via a 2-1 victory at the StarTimes Stadium.
For El Nasr, they are in the Confederations Cup playoff round after they were dumped out of the Champions League 4-1 on aggregate by Moroccan giants Raja Casablanca.
Initially, they had overcome Central African Republic side Tempete Mocaf 3-2 on aggregate after losing the first leg 1-0 and then winning the second 3-1.
Proline are expected to return on Tuesday and start preparations for the second leg that takes place on Sunday, November 3rd.
The Proline FC contingent that traveled to Egypt on Saturday
Leader of Delegation – Ariga Rasoul
Deputy CEO – Bakshl Asuman
Club Director – Mujib Kasule
Team Manager – Matia Lule
First Team Coach – Baker Mbowa
Goal Keeping Coach – Swaib Ssebagala
Team Physiotherapist – Isaac Ssenoga
Hassan Matovu, Shatif Magola
Bernard Muwanga, Mustafah Mujuzi, Yusuf Mukisa, Saka Mpima, Ibrahim Sendi, James Bagesa, Richard Ajuna
Sam Kintu, Bright Anukani, Nordin Nunjo, Arnold Sserunjogi, Ibrahim Wamannah, Joshua Okiror, Joseph Mandela
Hakim Kiwanuka, Hamis Kizza