The Uganda Women’s U17 national team head coach Ayub Khalifah claims that the focus of his side is now on Cameroon.
Uganda won 5-0 against Tanzania on Saturday at StarTimes Stadium Lugogo, to eliminate them 6-2 on aggregate.
Cameroon, on the other hand, booked their place to face the East African nation after hammering Sao Tome and Principe 6-0 in their return leg in Yaounde to progress with 10-0 on aggregate.
“We must now shift our focus to the clash against Cameroon, I want to make sure we get the tapes of Cameroon and study how they play,” Khalifah said before adding.
“I know our federation will help us to secure the tapes because we want to be ready for the clash and my girls will continue to train hard,” he added.
Khalifah also praised his girls for doing a fantastic job against Tanzania following their 5-0 win.
“I told the girls we had to use every opportunity we got and the second half was wonderful.”
“We had played 13 internationals before the game in Dar and we had not lost. So I told them what happened in Dar was the first half and we can correct it in the second half at home and we did exactly that,” he noted.
The first leg between Uganda and Cameroon will be played on May 1st at StarTimes Stadium Lugogo in Kampala before the return leg in Yaounde on May 15th.
The final tournament of Women’s U17 World Cup will be staged in India from November 2nd to 21st.
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