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Masaza Cup MVP Oyirwoth earns first Cranes call under new head coach Put 

Newly appointed Uganda cranes head coach Paul Joseph Put has summoned a 36 man provisional squad to start preparations for the upcoming world cup qualifiers.

The 2023 Masaza Cup MVP Allan Oyirwoth who fetatured for Gomba despite losing the finals to Bulemeezi by a 1-0 score has been summoned to be part of the 36 man squad that will start preparations for the upcoming world cup qualifiers.

Allan Oyirwoth posing with his Masaza Cup 2023 accolade

Oyirwoth who also features for Amus College school has had a brilliant year which saw him play in the International Schools Football tournament where he emerged as the top scorer of the tournament and the FEASSA games where he was also the top scorer.

Allan Oyirwoth was also voted the USSSA national football MVP and the Teso Region football MVP respectively. A brilliant year has seen Oyirwoth rewarded with a call up to national football team.

USSSA Football MVP - Allan Oyirwoth

Uganda will face Guinea and Somalia on 17th and 21st November respectively under the new technical team headed by Paul Joseph Put as the head coach and Sam Ssimbwa the assistant coach.

Both games are to be played in Morocco with Uganda being the visiting team on both occasions.

The final team will travel to Berkene, Morocco on 12th November.

Uganda is in Group G alongside Algeria, Somalia, Guinea, Botswana and Mozambique.

Provisional Squad

Goalkeepers
Nafian Legason Alionzi (Mekelakeya SC, Ethiopia), Salim Omar Magoola (Richards Bay FC, South Africa), Isima Bin Rashid Abdul Watenga (Golden Arrows FC, South Africa), Joel Mutakubwa (BUL FC, Uganda), Jack Komakech (Vipers SC, Uganda)

Defenders
Kenneth Semakula (SC Villa, Uganda), Gavin Kizito Mugweri (SC Villa, Uganda), Elvis Bwomono Okello (IBV Vestamanyaer, Iceland), Abdu Aziizi Kayondo CD Leganes, Spain), Ibrahim Juma (CD Leganes, Spain), Mustafa Kizza (KCCA FC, Uganda), Halidi Lwaliwa (FK Bregalnica, North Macedonia), Bevis Kristofer Mugabi (Motherwell FC, Scotland), Najib Fesali (URA FC, Uganda), Denis Timothy Awany (SC Ashdod, Israel), Benjamin Nyakoojo (Kitara FC, Uganda), Rogers Ochaki Torach (Vipers SC, Uganda)

Midfielders
Bobosi Byaruhanga (Austin FC, USA), Khalid Aucho (Yanga SC, Tanzania), Hudu Mulikyi (URA FC, Uganda), Allan Oyirwoth (AMUS College, Uganda), Bright Anukani (Vipers SC, Uganda), Rogers Mugisha (Gor Mahia FC, Kenya), Isma Mugulusi (Unattached), Joseph Kizito Luwagga (Hapoel Kfar Saba, Israel), Umaru Lutalo (SC Villa, Uganda), Hamza Kawooya(Express FC, Uganda)

Forwards
Denis Omedi (Kitara FC, Uganda), Fred Amaku (Maroons FC, Uganda), Richard Basangwa (Wadi Degla SC, Egypt), Rogers Mato (Sanliurfaspor FC, Turkey), Milton Karisa (Vipers SC, Uganda), Yunus Sentamu (Vipers SC, Uganda), Jaockim Ojera (Rayon Sports FC, Rwanda), Fahad Aziz Bayo (MFK Vyskov, Czech Republic), Travis Mutyaba (FC Dynamo Tbilisi, Georgia)

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