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CAF postpones World Cup qualifiers

The mainland football administering body, CAF has declared the delay of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers for Africa.

In a concise explanation delivered on Thursday, the qualifiers that were set for one month from now have been pushed ahead after meeting with the world football administering body, FIFA.

Uganda was pooled in Group E close by neighbors Kenya, Rwanda and Mali.

The Cranes will start their journey for a first-since forever appearance at the worldwide masterpiece with an outing to Nairobi to confront Kenya prior to getting back to activity with a home installation against Mali to be played in Kampala.

The Cranes will at that point head for a doubleheader with Rwanda and the return leg in a space of half a month and afterward have Kenya before the penultimate gathering game with Mali in Bamako.

The gathering champ after six games will go into the last passing stage that will have nine other gathering pioneers.

There will at that point be a draw where just five groups will fit the bill for the most lofty football competition on the planet.


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