• July 9, 2020

Tags : Supersport United

Waiswa Impress On Debut For SuperSport United

Uganda Cranes midfielder Moses Waiswa had a promising start on his debut as SuperSport United eased past Chippa United to win 3-0. Waiswa who was unused substitute in the last two games, was given a starting spot in absence of team captain Dean Furman. The good performance of Waiswa will be music to hears for […]Read More

Waiswa Debut Waits As SuperSport Fall To Onyango’s Sundowns

Uganda Cranes midfielder Moses Waiswa will continue to wait for his debut with SuperSport United FC. Waiswa, unveiled on January 12, was unused substitute as SuperSport lost 2-1 to Denis Onyango’s Mamelodi Sundowns. Dean Furman and Sipho Mbule started in the middle of the park for the Matsatsantsa (The Swanky Boys). Waiswa was also on […]Read More

Onyango, Waiswa To Meet In League Opener

Uganda Cranes duo Denis Onyango and Moses Waiswa will go head to head as Mamelodi Sundowns face SuperSport United in the opening week of the 2019/20 Absa Premiership. The fixture released recently will have the two sides clash at Lucas Moripe Stadium on Saturday, August 3. Onyango and Waiswa were part of Uganda Cranes AFCON […]Read More

Waiswa Salutes Vipers After Sealing New Deal In South Africa

Uganda Cranes midfielder Moses Waiswa has bid farewell to Vipers SC after sealing a new deal with a club in South Africa. The reigning Airtel Male player of the year, has completed a move to South Africa’s based club Supersport United FC, it’s now official. Both parties, Vipers and Supersport United, agreed an undisclosed fee […]Read More