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first_imgJames Alitho during a recent Cranes training session at Lugogo. (PHOTOS/FUFA)CHAN 2020 QualifiersUganda vs BurundiStade Intwari, BujumburaFriday, 21-09-2019Busoga United forward Joel Madondo has replaced the ineligible Edrisa Lubega as the Uganda Cranes continue preparations for the upcoming CHAN qualifiers.Lubega is ineligible for the game after re-joining his Parent club Proline FC from Austrian club SV Reid, only last month.Madondo is only one of two changes made to the side with Uganda Revenue Authority goalkeeper James Alitho the other.Alitho replaces SC Villa custodian Saidi Keni. The reason for Keni’s dropping is still a mystery.Abdallah Mubiru’s side held another training session on Monday morning and will resume later in the day.Speaking after the morning session, Mubiru noted that his side is trying to improve on their defensive abilities.“Everyone is trying hard as they try to compete for a spot on the first team, said Mubiru.“We are trying to improve defensively and how fast we can make a transition into attack after we recover possession.”About Burundi, the tactician who also doubles as Police FC head coach had this to say;“Burundi is a strong and experienced side which plays good football but we are prepared enough and i am optimistic we will get the job done.”The Cranes have been training since Wednesday, September 11th and are understood to have a build-up game on Tuesday against the Hippos (National U20 men’s team). The game will be played at the FUFA Technical Center in Njeru.The Cranes will play a build-up game on Tuesday.The Cranes will take on Burundi on Friday at the Stade Intwari in Bujumbura in the first leg of the 2020 CHAN second-round qualifiers.The team that trained on Monday morningGoalkeepersLukwago Charles (KCCA FC), Mugabi Yasin (Wakiso Giants Fc), James Alitho (URA FC), Mutakubya Joel ( Kyetume FC)DefendersWilla Paul (Vipers SC), Kapampa Eddy (Maroons FC), Mustafa Mujuzi (Proline FC), Revita John (KCCA FC), Lwaliwa Halid (Vipers SC), Mbowa Paul (URA FC), Galiwango Arafat (Police FC), Benson Tahomera (Kyetume FC), Mandela Ashraf (URA FC).MidfieldersWahab Ghadafi (Onduparaka FC), Paul Mucureezi (Mbarara City FC), Kasozi Nicolas (KCCA FC), Vianney Sekajugo (Wakiso Giants FC), Kagimu Shafiq (URA FC), Kayiwa Allan (Vipers SC), Bright Anukani (Proline FC), Sam Kintu (Proline FC), Kyeyune Saidi (URA FC), Owor David ( SC Villa ), Ssozi Yusuf ( Police FC), Kigozi Samson Andrew (Police FC)StrikersBayo Fahad (Vipers SC), Sserunkuma Daniel (Vipers SC), Joel Madondo (Busoga United)Comments Tags: CHAN 2020james alithoJoel MadondotopUganda Craneslast_img read more

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Former Liberal treasurer Peter Costello this week called for the government to give Australians certainty over their superannuation savings.“If you want to put money away for 20, 30 or 40 years you have to have some certainty it’s going to be there when you retire. Peter CostelloSpeaking to the ABC, Mr Costello said changes made to superannuation rules in recent years had damaged savers’ confidence.“I think during the last government there were something like, I counted up to 33 different changes in budgets and mid-year reviews to superannuation,” he said.“People just don’t trust superannuation as being a long-term vehicle anymore [because] they know the rules are going to vary from year to year.”Mr Costello added that people needed to be reassured super savings were safe and that Australians were “afraid to lock voluntary money into the system, which is why it’s running on compulsory contributions.“If you want to put money away for 20, 30 or 40 years you have to have some certainty it’s going to be there when you retire, and I think the government’s got to give it some certainty.” A productivity commission review into superannuation released on Wednesday reported that the majority of Australians had only small amounts of superannuation savings when they reached retirement age.According to the review, about 40 per cent of people aged 64 had no superannuation savings at all, and by the time people reached age 80, only 17 per cent had any remaining.Harry Giannakidis, a partner at Mills Oakley Lawyers, said Mr Costello’s concerns should be heeded.“I hear it first-hand from many of my clients. They’re unwilling to put more money into super because each successive government changes the goalposts.“They don’t know how it will be taxed in the future, or when they will be able to access their funds,” said Mr Giannakidis.“The preservation age is on the move from 55 to 60 years. Who knows what it will be in a generation’s time with our ageing population on the increase?”The Melbourne lawyer told Neos Kosmos that with superannuation being used increasingly as a wealth accumulation tool for children, rather than for retirement benefits, the government may be prompted to make further changes. “People do not understand the highly complex tax, investment and compliance regulations. They want a simpler set of rules.”Despite the constant changes, Mr Giannakidis said that the superannuation system will always remain a tax-effective vehicle to boost retirement savings. “Governments will keep it that way to wean the Australian people off the aged pension system.”last_img read more