Former Zambia coach Janza shows interest in Uganda Cranes job

According to sources in Zambia, former Chipolopolo coach Honour Janza has joined a long list of coaches interested in the Uganda Cranes job.

Since Milutin Sredojevic parted company with the national team over non payment three months ago, Uganda have not had a coach although the quartet of Moses Basena, Fred Kajoba, Matia Lule and Ibrahim Sekajja were handed the job temporarily.

Federation of Uganda Football Association [FUFA] has since appointed Kalusha Bwalya as head of the vetting committee, and quite a number of coaches have reportedly applied.

Janza who coached Zambia at AFCON 2015 is the latest. He joins a list that includes among others Claude Le Roy, former Cranes coach Bobby Williamson, Sam Timbe, Adel Amrouche, Lucy Eymael and Basena.

FUFA is yet to reveal the number of applicants. The successful applicant will however, be announced on November 16

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