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Cheptegei Tipped To Run Sub Two-Hour Marathon

Joshua Cheptegei will in the future run a Marathon in under two hours according to his coach Addy Ruiter. The sub-two hour feat, has only been achieved by Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge, 34, who clocked 1:59.40 in the Ineos 1:59 Challenge in Vienna in October last year. However, even Kipchoge's landmark...
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Dubai Camp: Magogo Hints On Cranes Absentees

FUFA President Moses Magogo has given a clue on the foreign-based players who will miss the forthcoming Uganda Cranes camp. Uganda Cranes will hold a training camp in Dubai next month in the international window. Earlier, Cranes coach Jonathan McKinstry said that four foreign based players will not join the...
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UPL: 2020/21 Kickoff Dates Postponed

Uganda Premier League kickoff dates for the 2020/21 season have been pushed to a later date in future. This, has been confirmed by FUFA Vice President Justus Mugisha in an ongoing FUFA Super League Annual General Meeting in Mukono. The League start dates were tentatively set on October 17, 2020,...
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Ochaya Listed In Uganda Cranes Squad For Camp In Dubai

TP Mazembe's Joseph Benson Ochaya has been listed for the forthcoming Uganda Cranes training camp in Dubai next month. The DR Congo club hinted on the development while confirming that seven of their foreign based legion are set to go out during the International Break from October 5-13. "Joseph Benson...
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Nicholas Kasozi Leaves KCCA For Kyetume

Midfielder Nicholas Kasozi has left KCCA FC to join another Uganda Premier League side Kyetume FC. The development has been confirmed by KCCA FC who has wished Kasozi "best of luck" in his next endeavor. Kasozi who joined KCCA on a three-year deal in 2018, leaves KCCA FC with a...
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Onyango Confirms Receiving Offers From Arab Countries

Uganda Cranes Captain Denis Onyango is on radar of clubs in Arab Countries, the shot stopper has revealed. Onyango, the 2016 African-based player of the year has had a tremendous career at both National and Club level, and the interest from top clubs has been inevitable. However, he has revealed...
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Some UPL Clubs Will Close – Kasingye On Sports Resumption Challenges

Police FC Chairman AIGP Asan Kasingye says that most UPL Clubs cannot afford to meet the costs of Sports Resumption amidst Coronavirus restrictions. President Museveni, on Sunday, gave Sports Resumption a greenlight but with strict restrictions. The President said that all players must be tested 72 hours before the match,...
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Mckinstry On Upcoming Dubai Camp, Team Composition

Uganda Cranes coach Jonathan Mckinstry has confirmed that the side will have a training camp in Dubai next month in the FIFA International window. The coach has said that they have opted for a training camp instead of a friendly in order to get more quality time with the players....
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Museveni Reopens Sports, But With Restrictions

President Museveni has given a greenlight for the resumption of Sports in the country but with stringent restrictions amidst Coronavirus struggle. This, comes after 186 days since a ban on public gatherings was effected in March 18, 2020. Addressing the Nation on Sunday night, Museveni put up strong restrictions including...
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Big League: Three Rounds Set For 2020/21 Season

The 2020/21 FUFA Big League season shall be played in two groups but with three rounds, FUFA has said. Since the inaugural 2009/10 season, Uganda's second tier has been played with two rounds (home and away) in both Elgon and Rwenzori groups. FUFA Deputy CEO Decolas Kizza, in an interview...
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Uganda Cranes Static In Latest FIFA Rankings

Uganda Cranes remained in 77th position in the latest FIFA World Rankings released on Thursday, September 17, 2020. The Ranking is a system for men's national teams in association football - The countries are ranked based on their game results with the most successful teams being ranked highest. The Uganda...
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Andrew Kawooya Saga: Father Refutes Vipers Claims

Andrew Kawooya's father has refuted claims that he signed a contract on his son's behalf that ties him to Vipers. This, comes after Vipers accused KCCA FC of unveiling a contracted player with the Kitende-based club. Vipers' Director Haruna Kyobe recently told The-SportsNation that there is proof that KCCA FC's...
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Hope Akello: Lonely At The Top

JKL Lady Dolphins spotted Hope Akello during the National School Championship in Fort Portal. Then, Akello was a student at St Mary's Kitende. She joined the Dolphins, and like they say, the rest is history. She has established herself as the best player in the National Basketball League, a feat...
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Crested Cranes Player Confirms Testing Positive For COVID-19

Uganda Crested Cranes player has confirmed testing positive for the deadly Coronavirus. USA-based defender Joan Nakirya announced the diagnosis on her social media accounts: "I was tested positive for Covid19 this afternoon. I was exposed to two people. I went from Zero to feeling sick in a matter of hours....
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