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Uganda U17 Girls Land Ethiopia In World Cup Qualifiers

Uganda U17 Women’s National team have learnt her fate at the upcoming qualifiers of the African Qualifiers of the FIFA U-17 Women World Cup Qualifiers. The draw to determine the three African teams to represent the Continent at the World in India was conducted on Monday afternoon at CAF head...

Nalukenge Expresses Readiness For Cameroon Duel

Uganda training at Lugogo. Stephen Mayamba/FUFA media photo Uganda Women Under-17 Captain Juliet Nalukenge says that they are in good shape as the team gears up to face their Cameroon counterparts. Uganda will play host to Cameroon in the first of the two-legged fixture on October 31st, 2020 at Lugogo....

Uganda U17 Women Team To Face Cameroon Revealed

Coach Ayub Khalifa has summoned a squad of 30 players to start preparing for the upcoming FIFA Under-17 Women World Cup Qualifiers against Cameron. Uganda U17 Women’s National team will undergo Covid19 testing before entering the residential camp at Cranes Paradise Hotel. Uganda is at this stage after they eliminated...
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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...
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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...
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Women U17 World Cup: Uganda Squad To TZ Named

Uganda U17 Girls National team coach Ayub Khalifa has revealed his final squad that will travel to face Tanzania for the first leg of the second round of the 2020 FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup qualifiers. The team, posted on FUFA Website, has been trimmed from 25 to 18 players....
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