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Moses Magogo’s 3rd Term Bid: A Case Of Greed And Selfishness

Moses Magogo has always suggested that he understands football better than any other Ugandan. Whether at a press gathering or off-record one-on-one talks, the Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) president has never shyed away from making such an outrageous and arrogant claim. Just over four months before the next...

Azira Confirms Departure From Chicago Fire

Uganda Cranes midfielder Mike Azira has confirmed leaving his MLS side Chicago Fire FC. The experienced 33-year old took to social media to confirm the development after expiry of his season-long contract. Azira joined Chicago Fire last year in August from Montreal Impact. "I would like to take this moment...
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Dubai Camp: Magogo Hints On Cranes Absentees

FUFA President Moses Magogo has given a clue on the foreign-based players who will miss the forthcoming Uganda Cranes camp. Uganda Cranes will hold a training camp in Dubai next month in the international window. Earlier, Cranes coach Jonathan McKinstry said that four foreign based players will not join the...

Mike Azira Advises Mustafa Kizza On MLS Challenge

Uganda Cranes and Chicago Fire midfielder Mike Azira has advised Mustafa Kizza who completed a move to join his former team in Major League Soccer. Montreal Impact announced the acquisition of left back Kizza from KCCA FC. Azira, who left Montreal Impact last year, has tipped Kizza on how best...

Azira’s Chicago Fire Vows To Fight Racism

Mike Azira's MLS club Chicago Fire FC have pledged to continue fighting racism. This comes amidst national protests after George Floyd, African American, was pronounced dead in Police custody. In a statement posted on the club's website, Chicago Fire FC says that they "denounce and stand in opposition to racism,...

Mike Azira Issues Out Strong Advice About Life After Football

Mike Azira in action for Uganda during AFCON. Getty Images Uganda Cranes midfielder Mike Azira has said that players should start to prepare for life after football before the final whistle. The Chicago Fire FC player, speaking to Forbes this week, advised the players to use their time "wisely." "You...
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