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'Ugandan football has come a long way': Milutin Sredojevic

By Paul Myers

Despite becoming the first team to be knocked out of the Africa Cup of Nations, Uganda are holding their heads high. The Cranes were playing their first Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) tournament in 39 years. Coach Milutin Sredojevic told RFI's Paul Myers that Ugandan football has come a long way - and now they're aiming to stay on top of their game.

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