Uganda Cranes head coach Johnny Mckinstry believes that the key to their success at this African Nations Championship (CHAN) is having the right attitude and mentality.
Uganda has been drawn in a fairly straightforward pool alongside defending champions Morocco, neighbours Rwanda and debutants Togo.
The tactician told FUFA TV that the team will need to put in 100percent commitment both in their preparations and matches.
“We’ve got to make sure we go in and put a 10 out of 10 performance not just in the matches but in the training sessions as well,” he said.
The former Rwanda national team coach also said that the biggest threat to their continental glory is themselves.
“I think our biggest threat is ourselves. We’ve got to make sure we perform because there is more than enough talent in Uganda, team effort and work rate we’ve shown is of the level that we can progress,” he added.
The coach is expected to name the provisional squad in the coming days and embark on residential camping as he prepares for the tournament slated to run from April 4 to 24 in Cameroon.