Uganda switched off in second half – Mubiru

Uganda interim coach Abdallah Mubiru believes his charges were punished by Bafana Bafana after switching off in the second half.  Uganda lost 3-2 against South Africa in Johannesburg on Thursday evening in the friendly match. Goals from Evidence Makgopa, who scored a brace, and Bongokuhle Hlongwane inspired the hosts to a narrow victory over the Cranes. Uganda on the other…

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Uganda falls in FIFA rankings

After failing to earn a slot in the 2022 Africa Cup of Nations finals, Uganda have dropped in the latest Fifa rankings released on April 7. The East African giants have dropped by a place and are now ranked 84th worldwide. The Cranes would have progressed had they picked a point in the last group qualifier against Malawi. However, after drawing…

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McKinstry makes Uganda Cranes return

Uganda Cranes head coach Johnathan McKinstry has returned in the Uganda Cranes dugout after a one-month absence. McKinstry has already started plans to help the team have a good 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign. McKinstry returns after Uganda Cranes failed to secure an Africa Cup of Nations ticket to Cameroon. “A busy day following up with Uganda Cranes players after their…

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Johnathan McKinstry – We didn’t underrate South Sudan

Uganda Cranes head coach Johnathan McKinstry has denied rumors that his side underrated South Sudan in their 1-0 loss. South Sudan edged Uganda Cranes during their Group B Africa Cup of Nations qualifier played at Nyayo Stadium on Monday. Tito Okello scored an all-important goal from the penalty spot as the Bright Stars secured their maiden win. “It is not…

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2021 AFCON: Uganda targets win to seal qualification

After Senegal confirmed its slot in the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations final tournament, Uganda Cranes also have a chance to confirm a slot on Monday as matchday four enters its second day. Uganda Cranes will confirm their third consecutive qualification if they manage a win against South Sudan at Nyayo National Stadium. When the two sides met on Thursday,…

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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 own area,” Onyango said. “Halid…

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