• July 4, 2020

Tags : Moses Magogo

Misagga Says Magogo Behind Busoga United Saga

Former SC Villa President Ben Misagga has accused FUFA President Moses Magogo of masterminding the ongoing saga between Busoga United and the Busoga Kingdom. The Kingdom recently withdrew the naming rights from Busoga United FC and a whistleblower also petitioned IGG to investigate Club President Hope Diana Nyago. Busoga United were among the nine clubs […]Read More

FUFA, UPL Clubs Braced For Season Review Meeting

FUFA, UPL and the first division clubs will meet again this Thursday, June 18 at FUFA house. This will be the second meeting after the first consultative meeting on Wednesday, June 10, 2020. Then, 9 of the 14 clubs were represented including Busoga United despite club chairperson Diana Hope Nyago claiming that she never authorised […]Read More

Magogo Advises Big League Clubs On Capacity Building

FUFA President Eng Moses Magogo has asked the Big League clubs to “grow your capacity” during a meeting held on Friday at FUFA house in Mengo. Magogo, speaking in his usual low tone, said that the teams are just playing for Promotion which may not be bad sportingly but football is played for more reasons […]Read More

Decision Will Be Reached – Magogo On Ndejje Petition

FUFA boss Eng Moses Magogo has on Friday promised Ndejje University FC that a final decision on their petition will be communicated. Ndejje University FC earlier wrote to FUFA showing their discontent and displeasure about the way the competition rules were interpreted when deciding the fate of the 2019/20 FUFA Big League that was ended […]Read More

Misagga Attacks Magogo For Abandoning Late Kirunda, Ex Players

Eng Ben Misagga has blamed FUFA boss Moses Magogo for ceasing to support Late Uganda Cranes captain Jimmy Kirunda and other ex internationals. The Ntamityobora boss, via his blog, revealed that he was dismayed by FUFA showing concern after Kirunda’s death “especially when they knew knew his health situation before hand.” “Moses Magogo, the discredited, […]Read More

FUFA To Receive $200,000 As CAF Move To Aid Member

Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) will receive $200000, which is about Sh752M, from Confederation of African Football (CAF), it’s official. CAF announced on Thursday that it will release a total of USD 10.8 Million to its 54 member Associations as part of a relief plan to “ease the financial burden” during the COVID-19 Pandemic. […]Read More

Magogo Has Usurped All Powers Of The UPL – Misagga

Ntamityobora FC President Eng Ben Misagga has accused FUFA boss Moses Magogo of encroaching on the powers of UPL. Misagga, a long time critic of Magogo and FUFA, revealed his discontent about the way FUFA ended the 2019/20 season. Earlier after government had banned public gatherings, Magogo had vowed that the season will have a […]Read More

Jimmy Kirunda: Magogo, Football Fraternity Mourn Death

FUFA President Eng Moses Magogo leads condolences from football and sports fraternity to mourn the shocking death of Jimmy Kirunda. Kirunda, a former Uganda Cranes player who captained the national team for 10 years, died after collapsing while having a walk in Bwaise on Monday. The Football governing body in the country has confirmed that […]Read More

Magogo On How Uganda Will Achieve Sports Commercialisation

FUFA President Eng Moses Magogo has explained the steps Uganda should take to achieve commercialisation of sports. Magogo was speaking during the UOC Online Town Hall via Zoom on Friday, with the theme “Commercialisation of Sports, friend or for, what is the way forward during and post Covid-19.” “We need to clear our mindset that […]Read More

FUFA Gives Out 12.5 Tonnes Of Rice, Over 2000 Players

Federation of Uganda Football Association has donated over 12.5 tonnes of rice to the National Task force during the Covid19 lockdown. This comes as a relief and response to the call by President Museveni after a ban to public gatherings with nationals asked to stay home. FUFA will take back 10 tonnes which they will […]Read More

I Will Continue Serving Football Even When I Join Parliament

FUFA President Engineer Moses Magogo will “continue serving football” even when he joins Ugandan Parliament. Magogo made the remarks during NTV’s sports show Omumuli on Good Friday. Earlier this year, Magogo confirmed that he will be joining politics; standing for the parliamentary seat of Budiope East in the forthcoming 2021 elections. Since then, many theories […]Read More

Cranes Players Have No Business In FUFA Proposal – Magogo

FUFA President Moses Magogo says that the opinions of Uganda Cranes players about the the new FUFA proposal don’t matter. This comes after some Uganda Cranes players including Denis Onyango showed their discontent with the new FUFA proposals. The new proposals if approved, will among others see the teams in Uganda Premier League reduced from […]Read More

Magogo Promises $200 To Each Uganda U17 Player Ahead Of

FUFA president Eng. Moses Magogo has promised $200 to the Uganda national U17 women football team ahead of the second leg of the FIFA U17 Women World Cup Qualifiers. Uganda lost 2-1 away to Tanzania in the first leg and will seek to complete a comeback at Startimes Stadium, Lugogo on Saturday. Magogo made the […]Read More

CECAFA: Magogo Yet To Pay KCCA players As Promised

A promise is a debt, goes the adage. FUFA President Moses Hashim Magogo promised USD 1000 (Ug 3.7M) for each KCCA player if they win the 2019 CECAFA Kagame cup final. Magogo made the pledge last year on July 20 when he met the team on the eve of their final against Azam FC at […]Read More

Magogo, Muhangi Have High Hopes In New Minister Obua

FUFA and UBF heads Moses Magogo and Muhangi highly hopes for positive impact from newly appointed state Minister for Sports Hamson Obua. Obua this week met with Federation heads in a National Sports Forum held at NCS to exchange ideas on how they are going together in order to develop sports in the country. Obua […]Read More

Moses Magogo Confirms He is Joining Politics

FUFA President Eng Moses Magogo has confirmed that he will be joining politics. It’s no longer a public secret. Magogo, speaking on Sunday via a Sports show on Super FM, commented that he will stand for the Parliamentary seat of Budiope East in the forthcoming 2021 elections. “My people in Budiope have asked me to […]Read More

Magogo: We Turned Down Offer To Host CHAN

FUFA President Eng Moses Magogo has revealed that the Uganda turned down an offer to host 2020 CHAN due to poor facilities in the country. He made the revelation during an 88.5 Super FM sports show on Sunday. To host CHAN, willing countries submit their bids to Confederation of African Football (CAF). However, the African […]Read More