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Girls rush for Senegalese players


They might have worn Ugandan jerseys and headed to Nambole to support the Uganda Cranes as they took on the Lions of Terranga, but not all women that stormed Namboole were actually there to support the match. A few good looking girls were at Namboole to take a close look at some of the big names in the senegalese squad.

A few girls were seen driving behind the Senegalese bus as the players left Namboole for Sheraton Hotel where they had been booked. The girls used the opportunity as players disembarked the bus to do some introductions as well as book the players to party with them at Sheraton’s Equator bar.

And after dinner, some Senegalese players led by Newcastle star Demba Cisse, stormed Equator bar only to be shocked by the overwhelming number of girls that had eagerly waited for them for hours. The situation would only get laughable as the tens of unidentified girls struggled to get the attention of mainly Demba Cisse, who had scored a goal against the Cranes earlier in the day.

Within a few minutes, three girls got into a verbal exchange that forced hotel management to provide security for the Newcastle striker. Senegalese team officials were also quick to jump in and they convinced Cisse to avoid the beauties. Cisse, who enjoyed a few drinks, however, invited one of the girls to his table and they had a long chat before they exchanged numbers and even disappeared into the hotel for some time. But it wasn’t long before Cisse and his new friend returned to the bar.

Meanwhile, having sensed that Cisse was busy, the girls turned their attention on other Senegalese players with whom they drunk and danced up to about 1.30am when the players boarded a bus and headed to the airport!

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