• July 11, 2020

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FUFA, UPL Clubs Braced For Season Review Meeting

FUFA, UPL and the first division clubs will meet again this Thursday, June 18 at FUFA house. This will be the second meeting after the first consultative meeting on Wednesday, June 10, 2020. Then, 9 of the 14 clubs were represented including Busoga United despite club chairperson Diana Hope Nyago claiming that she never authorised […]Read More

Bernard Bainamani: UPL CEO Explains Imbalance In Live TV Coverage

UPL CEO Bernard Bainamani Bampaire. Courtesy photo Uganda Premier League CEO Bernard Bainamani says that league sponsors StarTimes “aim at getting their money back” after a recent outcry about the imbalances in live TV coverage. The StarTimes UPL second round that kickoff on Tuesday, will see Villa have 12 out of their 15 games live […]Read More

Uganda Premier League Second Round To Start In January

The second round of the 2019/20 StarTimes Uganda Premier League (UPL) will kickoff in the first week of January, UPL CEO Bernard Bampaire Bainamani has confirmed. Unlike the previous seasons, Bainamani commented that the urgency was triggered because of the forthcoming 2020 Africa Nations Championship (CHAN). The upcoming tourney, where local based players are used, […]Read More

Expect A Scandal Free League – UPL CEO Bainamani

The Uganda Premier League board has promised a wrangle free 2019/20 UPL season. While speaking to the press during the release of UPL fixture for the coming season at Namboole on Wednesday, UPL CEO Bernard Bainamani said scandals affects the branding of the league which they are fighting for. “When I talk of a scandal […]Read More