• July 5, 2020

Tags : Junju Hamza

Hamza Junju – Exclusive Interview With Former Express CEO

Former Express FC CEO Hamza Junju. Courtesy photo Per his résumé, Hamza Junju’s career objective is to become “the best club football chief Executive officer on the African continent.” Following the mutual agreement to leave the role of Express CEO as announced on Friday, what next for Junju? Will he continue chasing his big dreams […]Read More

Isaac Mwesigwa: Express FC Appoints New CEO

StarTimes Uganda Premier League side Express FC has appointed Isaac Mwesigwa as the new Chief Executive Officer. He replaces Hamza Junju who “ceases to be the new CEO with immediate effect” for the Wankulukuku based club. The development was confirmed in a letter signed by club chairman Kiryowa Kiwanuka, seen by this website. “As we […]Read More

Sacked Ssimwogerere Warns Bbosa, Spills Bitter Facts

Former Express FC head Coach George Ssimwogerere has warned new coach Wasswa Bbosa. Ssimwogerere, commonly known as Sim, was replaced by Bbosa after a string of poor results. The former club captain says that Express FC CEO (Hamza Junju) among others failed him, and they will be the same ‘traitors’ who will fight Bbosa. Also […]Read More

How Coach Ssimwogerere Planned His Downfall At Express

In February 2019, after a 2-0 humiliating home loss to Police FC, Express FC parted ways with Kefa Kisala and appointed coach George ‘Sim’ Ssimwogerere. There was that feel good factor as the former club captain returned to restore lost glory at a team that has won six league and 10 Uganda Cup titles. There […]Read More

FUFA Applauded For Medical Insurance Initiative To UPL Players

Football governing body in the country, FUFA, has been appreciated for introducing medical insurance for the players in UPL. The FUFA boss Moses Magogo officially revealed the initiative about the medical insurance on Monday, December 30 at Lugogo. Magogo, who was speaking during what was termed as a football national address, confirmed that FUFA will […]Read More

Express In Fix As Wankulukuku Ban Stays

Express FC is in search for a new place where they will host their league games after the Wankulukuku ban stays ahead of the second round of the StarTimes UPL. The released fixture for the second round sees Express start on the road against Busoga United and Police FC before hosting Proline FC at a […]Read More