Tanzania sore: accuses Uganda of age cheating. Uganda’s 5-0 whitewash of Tanzania in Fifa ladies U-17 World Cup qualifier on Saturday has left the southern neighbors sore and crying foul, actually.
Tanzania mentor Bakari Shime accepts his group was fixed in by the “development of Ugandan players from the 43rd moment” (when Uganda scored their first objective).
However, Uganda progressed to the last round of U-17 WC qualifiers 6-2 on the total.
“We were finding real success toward the beginning since we could coordinate the vitality of Uganda’s more seasoned players”. Shime groaned after the match where they yielded from two free-kicks by Fauziah Najjemba in the 75th moment. Similarly, and in the 88th when Nalukenge changed over from Grace Aluka’s conveyance.
Aluka additionally scored a long-ago exertion in the 79th moment for instance.
“In the subsequent, a large portion of, the [age] development and physical degrees of Uganda players took overpowered me more. Youthful young ladies” included Shime, who safeguarded the monumental genuineness of his own players Rose Danford Mpoma and Anastazia Magoma. In other words, moving anybody to cite proof they are over-age.
Just players brought into the world after January 2003 are qualified for the opposition. Yet it isn’t the first run through Shime has cried foul against Uganda U-17 after destruction. Tanzania sore: accuses Uganda of age cheating.
At the point when Uganda drew 1-1 with Tanzania on the way to winning Cecafa Women U-17 Championship. In December, Shime and Djibouti mentor Fatouma Moussa took special cases.
They considered how a U-17 player like Juliet Nalukenge had risen as Fufa’s female player of 2019. Therefore, talented with a vehicle and assumed a key job for the national group at Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup a month sooner.
The greater part of the players in Ugandan alliances are youngsters and in optional schools. Some have likewise gathered game time through grassroots tasks like Airtel Rising Stars. Jean Sseninde Women Foundation Cup and Post-Primary Games.
On Saturday, Shime pointed his disappointments at especially Nalukenge, whose official birth date is August 14, 2003.
“I was with Nalukenge at Cecafa in 2018 (in Rwanda) and she was enlisted as a 16-year-old. Therefore, I wonder why Uganda kept (Grace) Aluka and Shamirah (Nalugya) till this game they expected to win to advance. Shamirah was working at a level that is a route in front of a 17-year-old.”
Shime, in any case, stayed shy on whether they would hold up a grievance albeit unsubstantiated reports recommend Tanzania had requested of match official Chisom Adaobe Ezeoke.
Aluka (June 2, 2003) played in Uganda’s 2-1 destruction to Tanzania on March 1. She had no bad things to say as he dominated the match.
Fufa’s head of interchanges Ahmed Hussein disclosed to Cyclone Times that all the players fall inside the age classification. “We will hold up until Caf tells us of any appeal to react on the issue,” he said.
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