• July 9, 2020

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Jonathan Mckinstry: We Utilised Our Chances

Jonathan Mckinstry (left) before kickoff. Bauldron photo Sunday, November 17 *Uganda 2-0 Malawi *South Sudan 1-2 Burkina Faso Uganda Cranes head Coach Jonathan McKinstry was pleased with his boys after beating Malawi 2-0 at Namboole. The Cranes laid down a significant marker in their bid to return to AFCON for a third consecutive edition after […]Read More

AFCON: Mckinstry Delighted After Cranes Draw At Burkina

Group D Wednesday, November 13 *Malawi 1-0 South Sudan *Burkina Faso 0-0 Uganda Sunday, November 17 *Uganda Vs Malawi *South Sudan Vs Burkina Faso Uganda Cranes coach Jonathan Mckinstry was happy with Uganda Cranes performance in a draw against Burkina Faso. Uganda Cranes kicked off their 2021 AFCON Qualifiers with a precious draw away against […]Read More

Mckinstry Working On Strong Relationship With Players

Mckinstry seeking to improve relationship with his players. Courtesy photo Saturday, November 9 *North East Select Vs Uganda Cranes – 4PM (Katakwi Grounds) New Uganda Cranes coach Jonathan Mckinstry has put a major emphasis on developing a good personal relationship with his players. The Northern Irishman is striving to create a good and manageable dressing […]Read More

Regional Tour: Mckinstry Names Squad

Uganda Cranes Head Coach Johnathan McKinstry has named 21 players for the Regional Tour Match to be played in Katakwi on Saturday 9th November 2019. The Squad of local based players will see Uganda Cranes take on North Eastern Select. It will be the third time the Uganda Cranes Regional tour heads to the region. […]Read More

AFCON Qualifiers: Burkina Faso Away Hardest Of All Six –

New Uganda Cranes coach Jonathan Mckinstry has claimed that their 2021 AFCON Qualifiers opener against Burkina Faso on the road is the hardest of all the six encounters for the team. Uganda visit Burkina Faso on November 13 before hosting Malawi four days later, in AFCON qualifying campaign this year. Mckinstry, speaking to the press […]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

Friendly: Dream Start For Mckinstry As Uganda Beat Ethiopia

Sunday, October 13 *Ethiopia 0-1 Uganda New Uganda Cranes coach Jonathan Mckinstry got off the mark with a 1-0 win away to Ethiopia in an international friendly played on Saturday. Al Ittihad striker Emmanuel Okwi planted a header home off Joseph Ochaya’s delivery in the 20th minute to hand Mckinstry his first win on his […]Read More

Uganda Cranes: Mckinstry Targets Positive Start

Saturday, October 12 *Ethiopia Vs Uganda Bahir Dar Stadium New Cranes coach Jonathan Mckinstry will be seeking to get off the mark when his team face Ethiopia in an International Friendly on Sunday at 4PM. This will be the first game for the Northern Irishman who replaced French coach Sebastien Desabre, now at Egyptian club […]Read More

Onyango On McKinstry, Salah and World Cup Dream

Uganda Cranes captain Denis Masinde Onyango has tipped the new coach Jonathan Mckinstry to deliver. Onyango is expected to reprise his captaincy role when Uganda Cranes face Ethiopia on October 13 in Bahrdar Town in what will be Mckinstry’s first game in charge since his three year appointment to replace Sebastien Desabre. The Northern Irishman’s […]Read More

Uganda Cranes: New Coach Mckinstry Sets Lofty Target

New Uganda Cranes coach Jonathan Mckinstry has set sights on spurring the side to a World Cup stage – 2022 in Qatar. Mckinstry was named the new coach on a three year contract on Monday morning at Mengo. The Northern Irishman announced a bold ambition of transforming the Cranes as he bids to fulfil FUFA’s […]Read More

Jonathan Mckinstry: Northern Irishman Named Uganda Cranes Coach

Football governing body in Uganda, the Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA), has named Northern Irishman Jonathan Mckinstry as the new Uganda Cranes coach. McKinstry, 34, replaces Sebastien Desabre who parted ways with Uganda after an impressive 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt. Desabre has since joined Egyptian club Pyramids. The Northern Irish arrived […]Read More