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Denis Onyango – Artificial turf gave us hard time

Uganda captain Denis Onyango has admitted that Cranes players struggled against South Sudan because of the artificial turf. The East African giants struggled to overcome South Sudan courtesy of Halid Lwaliwa’s second half strike. “Most of us rarely play on the carpet, we have been used to Namboole, so everyone is a master in his […]

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Andy Mwesigwa – Uganda Cranes players should be diplomatic

Former Uganda Cranes captain Andy Mwesigwa claims that Uganda Cranes players should have used a diplomatic approach in demanding their pledge from the president. This came after Uganda Cranes players led by captain Denis Onyango coming out to demand their pledge of $1M from President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni. President Museveni came out last year and […]

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Uganda Cranes players demand promised Afcon money

Uganda Cranes players have joined forces to demand the pledge of $1M made by the President of Uganda Yoweri Kaguta Museveni. President Museveni promised to give $IM to Uganda Cranes players following their good performances in the 2019 Afcon in Egypt. Uganda Cranes reached the round of 16 stage at the 2019 AFCON in Egypt […]

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Football fraternity mourns the late Jimmy Kirunda

Up to now, the football fraternity across the world is still speechless following the death of football legend Kirunda Jimmy’s death. Jimmy Kirunda collapsed in Bwaise a Kampala suburb near Hotel La Grande on Monday 25th May 2020 and was pronounced dead moments later. Several football personalities have now come out to mourn the former Uganda […]

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Hassan Wasswa hints on retiring from football

Uganda Cranes vice-captain Hassan Wasswa has hinted on plans of retiring from football in the near future. The defender-cum-midfielder confirmed that he will not play in the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations should Cranes qualify for the competition. “Any time, I will be retiring from international football, I know by the next Afcon I will have […]

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Uganda Cranes skipper Denis Onyango receives numerous wishes on his birthday

Several people across the world have rocked the social media with heartfelt messages wishing Uganda Cranes captain Denis Onyango a ‘Happy Birthday’. Through Facebook and Twitter people especially from the football fraternity have wished the Mamelodi Sundowns custodian the best on his day. Mr. Safe Hands as many nicknamed him due to his fantastic saves, […]

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Onyango will not focus on Khune’s best keeper’s claims

Onyango will not focus on Khune’s best keeper’s claims. Cranes captain Denis Onyango won’t be brought into any conversation of his status-rating in the Premier Soccer League (PSL) in the wake of Bafana’s extraordinary Itumeleng Khune recommending Uganda’s main was presently the undisputed one in South Africa. Khune blended the discussion for the umpteenth time […]

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Itumeleng Khune – Denis Onyango is the best goalkeeper in PSL

Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper and skipper Itumeleng Khune has settled the debate of ‘who is the better goalkeeper’ between him and Mamelodi Sundowns’ Denis Onyango. This has been a hot topic on Twitter as fans engaged in a debate on who is Africa’s finest goalkeeper. Khune and Onyango are two of the most decorated shot-stoppers in South Africa in […]

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Moses Magogo Hassim – People are just uninformed about Fufa’s UPL teams reduction proposal

Moses Magogo Hassim – People are just uninformed about Fufa’s UPL teams reduction proposal. The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) president Moses Magogo has dismissed the critics of his proposal. Magogo aims to cut the Uganda Premier League from 16 teams to 12. In addition, this has received a lot of criticism from the […]

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Moses Waiswa joins Denis Onyango to criticize Fufa’s UPL teams reduction proposal

Moses Waiswa joins Denis Onyango to criticize Fufa’s UPL teams reduction proposal. The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) has recently brought a proposal to reduce teams in Uganda’s top flight. According to the football’s governing body in the country, teams in StarTimes Uganda Premier League should be reduced from 16 to 12 as one […]