KCCA FC forward Geoffrey Sserunkuma will be Uganda Cranes captain against South Sudan’s Bright Star on 14th, July, 2017 during a 2018 African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifier first round tie according to a report. Sserunkuma will be assisted by Vipers SC defender Nico Wadada and SC Villa’s Bernard Muwanga in the first leg game to
Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Football club defended the Azam Uganda Premier League title after claiming a 2-0 win over Lweza on 9th, may,2017 at the Phillip Omondi Stadium with two matches to spare. Penalties from Tom Masiko and Geofrey Sserunkuma’s in the 60th and 79th minutes respectively were enough to seal the victory for
Uganda Cranes coach, Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredejovic has named the 18-man squad for the upcoming international friendly match to be played Nyayo Stadium, Nairobi on 23rd, March, 2017. According to fufa, the Players are expected to fly out to Kenya on the 21st where they will be joined by foreign based players from their respective clubs.
Proline FC defeated Arua based Onduparaka FC 3-1 in the Azam Uganda Premier League match played at the Philip Omondi stadium in Lugogo on 8th,February, 2017. Proline scored through Gift Ali, Owori David and Nelson Senkatuka netting while Onduparaka skipper Muhammad Shaban got the consolation for the visiting side. However,former Express FC and KCCA FC
Uganda goalkeeper Denis Onyango has signed a four-year contract extension with South Africa’s Premier Soccer League champions Mamelodi Sundowns according to reports. The Sundowns goalkeeper has signed a contract which will run until the end of the 2020/21 season. “Sundowns have also tied down goalkeeper Denis Onyango, who signed a four year contract extension,” Sundowns said on
Uganda Cranes head coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic has claimed that his side have no right to make errors and mistakes because they are very, very expensive. On Tuesday 17th, January, the Cranes were beaten 1-0 by Ghana on their return to the African Cup of Nations since 1978. The goal came after a costly mistake