• July 11, 2020

Tags : CHAN

Confirmation Of AFCON, CHAN Dates Relief To Players – Mckinstry

Uganda Cranes coach Jonathan Mckinstry has said that the confirmation of AFCON and CHAN dates comes as a relief to the Uganda Cranes players. CAF recently announced that CHAN will take place in January next year in Cameroon while AFCON will take place in 2021. “The confirmation by CAF of the CHAN Tournament for January […]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

Mike Mutyaba: Uganda Cranes Star To Miss CHAN

Experienced midfielder Mike Mutyaba is ‘likely’ to miss the forthcoming 2020 CHAN tournament in Cameroon. The KCCA FC midfielder missed training on Monday morning to undergo medical tests after feeling unwell with his health on Sunday, FUFA has reported. The statement adds that Mutyaba will be under supervision by both his club KCCA FC and […]Read More

Uganda Cranes: Lukwago Making Steady Progress – Mckinstry

Uganda Cranes coach Jonathan Mckinstry says the injured goalkeeper Charles Lukwago is making steady progress. The KCCA FC skipper suffered a left elbow dislocation with an associated small fracture to the lower part of the humerus bone, the club said then. This happened during the league game against Express FC in the 44th minute after […]Read More

It’s A Mess – Mujib Punches Holes In Mckinstry’s CHAN

Former Uganda Cranes player and Proline FC director Mujib Kasule has expressed his distrust in Jonathan Mckinstry’s summoned CHAN team. Kasule is the latest to reveal his discontent in the Uganda Cranes selection committee since the team was named. He said that KCCA FC midfielder Julius Poloto did not deserve a place on the team […]Read More

CHAN: Ndahiro Attributes Uganda Cranes Call-up To Hard Work

Derrick Ndahiro training with Uganda Cranes. FUFA SC Villa’s Derrick Ndahiro has said that it’s hard work that has led to his call up on the Uganda Cranes. The left back, cum winger, is among the young talented players, and he his first call at national team ahead of CHAN that will kickoff in Cameroon. […]Read More

CHAN: Four Miss Out As Uganda Cranes Start Training

Four out of the 34 Uganda Cranes players summoned for CHAN Preparations, missed out on the team’s first training session conducted on Monday Morning at Gems Cambridge International School Grounds, Luzira. KCCA goalkeeper Charles Lukwago was present but never trained due to a an injury. KCCA defender John Revita and Vipers’ captain Halid Lwaliwa are […]Read More

Gift Ali Opens Up After Missing Out On CHAN Squad

Gift Ali not part of CHAN squad to represent Uganda KCCA FC central midfielder Gift Ali says that he was disappointed but will continue working hard after missing out on the Uganda Cranes squad for CHAN. Social media and analysts showed their discontent after Gift Ali was left out of Jonathan Mckinstry’s 34-man squad. Gigi, […]Read More

UPL XI Overlooked By Mckinstry In Uganda Cranes CHAN Squad

Uganda Cranes head coach Jonathan Mckinstry summoned a 34-UPL-Player squad that will start training in preparation for the forthcoming 2020 CHAN in Cameroon. Injured goalkeeper Charles Lukwago, returning Milton Karisa and Herbert Achai were some of the surprise inclusion. The development left ‘social media coaches’ fuming after their so called ‘obvious choices’ like Gift Ali […]Read More

How Social Media Reacted To Summoned Uganda Cranes CHAN Team

The summoned Uganda Cranes provisional team to train for CHAN has been received with mixed reactions via social media. Many took to social platforms to express their views. Social media in Uganda, just like elsewhere, is one of the most powerful tool where fans communicate and air out their sports opinions. Read – A Look […]Read More

Uganda Cranes To Face Mali, Zambia In Pre CHAN Tourney

In preparation for the forthcoming 2020 CHAN tourney in Cameroon, Uganda will host a Three-Nation Tourney with Zambia and Mali national teams. This is slated for 17th-21th of March at Namboole. There will also be a testing match in the last week of March that will be against AFCON qualifier team which will also be […]Read More

Uganda Cranes: Five Uncapped Players Who Deserve CHAN Call-up

Jonathan Mckinstry and his technical team are set to name the Uganda Cranes squad that will start preparations ahead of the 2020 CHAN slated in Cameroon to be played on April 4-25. CHAN is a biennial football tournament contested by 16 qualifying African national teams. The teams are composed exclusively of players who play in […]Read More

CHAN 2020: Uganda Cranes Group Stage Opponents Confirmed

Uganda will face Morocco in Chan group stages. Courtesy photo The 2020 CHAN Draw *Group A – Cameroon, Mali, Burkina Faso, Zimbabwe *Group B – Libya, DR. Congo, Congo, Niger *Group C – Morocco, Rwanda, Uganda, Togo *Group D – Zambia, Guinea, Namibia, Tanzania Uganda will face defending champions Morocco at 2020 CHAN finals as […]Read More

Magogo: We Turned Down Offer To Host CHAN

FUFA President Eng Moses Magogo has revealed that the Uganda turned down an offer to host 2020 CHAN due to poor facilities in the country. He made the revelation during an 88.5 Super FM sports show on Sunday. To host CHAN, willing countries submit their bids to Confederation of African Football (CAF). However, the African […]Read More

2020 CHAN Dates Revised

The dates for CHAN 2020 finals have been confirmed. The tournament is going to be played on 4 – 25th April 2020 in Cameroon. This has been confirmed by the CAF Executive committee that sat in Cairo last Thursday. The tournament shifted from the usual month of February due to inter clubs competition which cannot […]Read More

CHAN: Mckinstry Calls For Good Preparations

Newly appointed Uganda Cranes head coach Jonathan Mckinstry has applauded the efforts from Uganda Cranes Players, staff and supporters as the side booked a ticket at the CHAN 2020 after a convincing win against Burundi. The coach also called for good preparations before the tourney in Cameroon. Uganda beat Burundi 3-0 at Lugogo to outwit […]Read More

CHAN: Abdallah Takes Pride In Recent Achievement

Coach Abdallah Mubiru is rightly proud of his efforts after helping Uganda Cranes secure their place at the forthcoming 2020 CHAN for the fifth successive time. Fahad Bayo, Viane Ssekajugo and Allan Okello scored a goal each as Cranes won 3-0 at Lugogo to seal a 6-0 aggregate victory. The victory against Burundi headlines a […]Read More

CHAN: Uganda Beat Burundi to Reach Fifth Straight Finals

Saturday, October 19 *Uganda 3-0 Burundi (Uganda win 6-0 on aggregate) Uganda Cranes beat Burundi 3-0 at Lugogo to collect a 6-0 aggregate victory and qualify to the total African Nations Champions (CHAN) for the fifth consecutive time. After winning 3-0 in Bujumbura, it was all but done for Cranes going into the second leg […]Read More