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Magogo gives an insight on Stakeholders in football

Local Football involves a number of stakeholders at different levels to help bring the best out of the game. The stakeholders include internal and external. These parties play a greater role as far as football is run in Uganda. There has been a lot of conflicts between parties blaming each...

Magogo, Kabushenga Go Bare Knuckles After Micho Appointment

Story by The-BuzzNation, sister website to The-SportsNation A social media bout erupted between FUFA President Moses Magogo and former Vision group CEO Robert Kabushenga. It all started when Kabushenga quoted a FUFA tweet announcing former Cranes coach Micho as the new manager for a second spell. Kabushenga asked FUFA if...

Magogo Credits Express Triumph On FUFA Club Pro Agenda

FUFA President Moses Magogo has attributed Express FC's recent success on FUFA's Club Pro Agenda. Magogo who made the remarks during Express FC's League crowning ceremony, reechoed his claims that the Red Eagles CEO Isaac Mwesigwa is the most empowered Chief Executive in the league. The Clubs Pro Agenda was...

Magogo: Local Clubs Should Strive To Become Big Brands

Federation of Uganda Football Association president Eng. Moses Magogo says local clubs are still lagging behind to become big brands. The Fufa president made the remarks at the Dug Out sports show on Saturday at Nxt Radio. Ugandan clubs at all levels are still struggling financially and a solution to...

Magogo On Express and FUFA Decision To End Season

FUFA President Moses Magogo has opened up on decision to prematurely end the 2020/21 Uganda Premier League season. The decision came after Sports was banned due to Covid19, with four matchdays still on the cards for the title contending teams. FUFA had earlier written to Government asking for at least...

Magogo Opens Up On Past TV Deals In Ugandan Football

FUFA President Moses Magogo revealed his involvement in negotiations for the past broadcasting Tv deals in Ugandan football. The remarks come in the midst of accusations that Magogo owns the Satellite Plus company that produced the Women Leagues and Uganda Cup this year. In August 2018, StarTimes secured both the...

The Hat-trick: Magogo’s Key Areas of Focus Come Third Term

Moses Magogo will steer the Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) for another four-year term, awaiting approval from the coming 97th FUFA Ordinary General Assembly. Magogo was declared unopposed again by the Electoral Commission and will go into the Assembly in Mbale due August 21 needing 50%+1 of the votes....
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Moses Magogo Risks Another FIFA Ban

FUFA boss Moses Magogo is in turmoil again after he has been cited in another deal that is reportedly against FIFA Code of Ethics. Magogo, in 2019, was punished by FIFA for reselling tickets relating to the 2014 World Cup. There have been questions arising on who owns Satellite tv,...

Magogo On Mckinstry and FUFA Plans To Help 10 Local Coaches

FUFA Boss Moses Magogo has finally lifted lid on the decision to sack former Uganda Cranes coach Jonathan Mckinstry. The Northern Irishman was relieved of his duties on April 19, bringing an end to his one and half year spell with the National team. During the period, Mckinstry helped Uganda...

Magogo: I Can Juggle Both Football and Politics

Moses Magogo and Bukedea Woman MP Anita Among. Courtesy photo Federation of Uganda Football Associationg president Engineer Moses Magogo says he has the audacity to serve both Football and Politics. By virtue of being elected Member of Parliament for Budiope East Constituency and set for re-election as a new FUFA...

Our Achievements Will Keep Us In Office – Magogo

Incumbent Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) President, Moses Hashim Magogo believes that the myriad of achievements his administration has garnered in the past two terms in office puts him in good stead for re-election. Magogo, who will be seeking for a third successive term in office, made the remarks...

Uganda Needs A New Direction In Football – Mujib

Proline FC Director Mujid Kasule says Ugandans needs a new direction in football. The former FUFA Vice president made these remarks after picking the FUFA presidency nomination forms on Monday ahead of August elections. Jiba as he is commonly known said he picked the nomination form so he's going to...
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