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Jonathan McKinstry: New Uganda Cranes head coach Named

The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) has today named Northern Ireland tactician Johnathan McKinstry as the new Uganda Cranes coach. McKinstry has signed a three-year contract deal that will see his tenure as the Cranes gaffer last until 2022. The newly appointed Uganda National team coach replaces French

ENYIMBA CRASH OUT INTO CONFEDERATION CUP

Nigeria’s champions, Enyimba on Sunday night failed to progress in the CAF Champions League after stumbling into 1-0 defeat by Sudan’s Al –Hilal in Omdurman. The first leg in Aba ended 0-0, They have now dropped into the second tier of the continental competition, the Confederation Cup. The

AGAIN, TOGO’S HAWKS BRING DOWN SUPER EAGLES

Togo is fast becoming the bogey team for Nigeria after the Togolese Hawks defeated the B team of the Super Eagles 2-1 on Sunday. The winning goal for the Togolese was a goal by Nigeria. It was the second defeat of the Nigerian team by the Togolese within a

UFL: Ezra grabs brace as UCU stun Busitema to reach semis

UCU 4-0 Busitema Aggregate (9-1) Kaye Ezra scored twice as Uganda Christian University eased past Busitema University 4-0 in the Pepsi University Football League quarterfinal return leg. The game was played on Friday afternoon at Bishop SS playground in Mukono. Uganda Christian University broke the deadlock after 15

UFL: UCU 90 minutes away from storming semifinals

Pepsi University Football League Quarter-Finals (2nd Leg) Uganda Christian University vs Busitema Aggregate (5-1) Friday 27th September 2019 Mukono, 3pm Uganda Christian University is confident of finally breaking their quarter-final jinx when they host Busitema University for the second leg of

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