• July 4, 2020

Month: March 2020

Uganda Has Not Had A Centre Since Henry Malinga –

Henry Malinga (with the ball) grabs a rebound. Monitor photo Basketball star Joseph Ikong says that Uganda has not had a dominant centre since Henry Malinga. Malinga, who tried to forge a football career back in the days with a defunct Maji, is widely regarded as the best low post player. Malinga is currently the […]Read More

URA FC Says Players Will Be Paid Fully Despite COVID19

Uganda Premier League side URA FC will be paying their players ‘fully’ despite the ongoing Covid19 concerns. As different clubs from the Startimes UPL scratch heads on how to handle players salaries, this won’t be the case for the tax collectors. URA FC Public Relations Officer Patrick ‘Pato’ Ochieng confirmed the development on Saturday afternoon […]Read More

FUFA Confident Despite Tanzania Petition To CAF

Tanzania has petitioned CAF. FUFA Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) remains unmoved by Tanzania’s claims that Uganda used over-age players. Reports in Tanzania says that the country’s Football Federation (TFF) appealed to CAF about the matter saying Uganda used four players who over 17 years in the recently concluded U17 FIFA Women World Cup […]Read More

Sources: Tanzania Reports Uganda To CAF

Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) has reported Uganda’s FUFA to Confederation of African Football (CAF), reports in Tanzania have revealed. TFF claims that Uganda fielded over-age players in the concluded FIFA U17 FIFA World cup qualifier where Uganda won 5-0 to advance with a 6-2 aggregate victory earlier this month. TFF secretary general Wilfred Kidao, as […]Read More

UPL To Consist Of 12 Clubs, FUFA Proposes

Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) wants to reduce Uganda Premier League (UPL) from 16 clubs to 12. The proposals, revealed on FUFA Website, are to be implemented at the beginning of the 2021/2022 season. The current format of 16 clubs in the top flight was introduced in 2011/12 season from 14 teams the previous […]Read More

Postponing Olympics Gives Me More Time To Prepare – Shadir

Uganda bombers captain Shadir Musa Bwogi has said that the postponement of Olympics will give him more time to prepare for the most prestigious sports event. The Tokyo 2020 Olympic games were on Wednesday postponed until next year due to the coronavirus pandemic. They were to take place on 24 July but have been pushed […]Read More

Mike Mutyaba: KCCA FC Star Set To Retire Again

Uganda Cranes and KCCA FC attacker Mike Sulaiman Mutyaba says that he is contemplating about another retirement. Mutyaba hang his boots in 2017 then at Express FC before plying his trade in Futsal where he later become a topscorer in the Futsal Super League. Since his return, he has been an integral Pillar for KCCA […]Read More

Tooro United Sack Coach Mohammed Kisekka, Assistant

Coach Kisekka and Tooro have parted ways. Embattled Uganda Premier League side Tooro United has parted ways with head coach Mohammed Kisekka and his assistant Samuel Ssenyange Nzanziro. This was confirmed in a letter dated March 20, 2020 signed by club chairman Engajani Wandera Michael. “Management announces that a decision has been taken to part […]Read More

Mckinstry To Stay In Uganda Despite Coronavirus Fears

Mckinstry to stay in Uganda despite Coronavirus fears Uganda Cranes coach Jonathan Mckinstry has confirmed that he will remain in the country despite the fears of Coronavirus. The deadly disease is yet to be registered in Uganda, per Ministry of Healthy, and the decision to stay seems to be the best alternative for the Northern […]Read More

Making Of Edward Kaziba: From Son Of Police Officer To

Third on the log with 46 points, coach Edward Kaziba has transformed SC Villa from a relegation fighter into a title contender. They are yet to return to their top, like the Villa of 80s or early 2000s, but there is room for more improvement. All this, has been made possible by a coach who […]Read More

Coronavirus: Government Bans Sports Gatherings

Coronavirus: Uganda government has put a ban on sports gatherings The government of Uganda has banned sports gatherings in an effort to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease 2019. No victim of the disease has been registered in Uganda but at least 8,758 people have died worldwide, mostly in China, the World Health Organization […]Read More

Women Super League: Drama As Kawempe, UCU Share Spoils

UCU and Kawempe played a 2-2 draw in Women Super League Wednesday, March 18 *UCU Lady Cardinals 2-2 Kawempe Muslim The 2-2 draw FUFA Women Super League encounter between UCU Lady Canons and visiting Kawempe Muslims was highlighted by the lengthy duration. The game was played for 107 minutes which left many fans puzzled at […]Read More

Women Super League: She Corporates Thrash Kampala Queens

She Corporates obliterated Kampala Queens in the Women Super League encounter Wednesday, March 18 *Kampala Queens 0-4 She Corporates *UCU 2-2 Kawempe Muslims *Olila High 0-1 Lady Doves She Corporates beat Kampala Queens 4-0 in a Women Super League match played at Islamic Unversity in Kabojja Aisha Namubiru and Atim Suzanne scored one each to […]Read More

Coronavirus: Uganda Cranes Camp, Pre-CHAN Tourney Called Off

Coronavirus: Uganda Cranes cp cancelled Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) has called off the upcoming Pre-Chan tourney for Uganda Cranes due to Coronavirus. Consequently, the camp for the Cranes CHAN-bound squad has also been cancelled. This was confirmed on Wednesday, March 18 at FUFA house in Mengo by FUFA CEO Edgar Watson in a […]Read More

Futsal: Mulangira Scores Four As Park Hammer Busega

Park FC extended their lead at the top in the Futsal super league Tuesday, March *Kabowa 5-4 Mengo City *Kisenyi FC 6-3 Aidenal Entebbe *Intercity Busega 4-10 Park FC Shafic Mulangira bagged four goals as his side Park FC beat Intercity Busega FC 10-4 in the Futsal Super League at MTN Indoor Arena, Lugogo. Mayanja […]Read More

NBL Preview: Are Nam Blazers Contenders Or Pretenders?

From Lower division with love: Nam Blazers will be hoping to sit on the throne. Transfers: Players Out – Peter Cheng (Kampala Rockets), Emmanuel Makuei (City Oilers), Ruai Gatyang (City Oilers), Vicent Yiiki (in USA). Players In – Bhan John, Emmanuel Okumu, Daniel Manoja, Fahmy Ssebatindira, Paul Odong, Syrus Kiviiri, Michael Kojo Preview: Nam Blazers […]Read More

Coronavirus: Swimming Federation Postpones Activities

Uganda Swimming Federation (USF) has postponed its sporting activities as they move to prevent the spread of Coronavirus pendemic. The development affects events in the months of March and April 2020. The outbreak of coronavirus, which is yet to be registered in the country, has claimed at least 7,019 people elsewhere. “In order to preserve […]Read More