Uganda coach Milutin Sredojevic is aware of the threats Egypt could pose in Saturday's vital African Cup of Nations clash, saying he is ready to disrupt their counter attacking game.
Since Argentinean coach Hector Cuper took over little less than two years ago, Egypt have been adept in finishing off breakaways, often claiming narrow wins while keeping a clean sheet.
However, they could not put that into effect in their opening Group D clash against Mali, who had the better possession in a cagey affair which ended goalless on Tuesday.
Uganda fought bravely against heavyweights Ghana but were undone by...
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