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Vipers SC Unveil New Congolese Midfielder

Vipers SC Unveil New Congolese Midfielder

Uganda Premier League side Vipers SC has announced the signing of Congolese midfielder Serge Robert Mwenge. He joins the Kitende-based side on a 2-year contract. Mwenge has previously played for clubs like  AS Vita, and Saint Loi Lupopo which are all big clubs in the DRC. Born in 1998, he becomes Vipers’ third signing in the January transfer window after ...

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We Can’t Base Our Tittle Win On Results Of Other Teams – KCCA’s Byekwaso

KCCA FC ’s Byekwaso- We Can’t Base Our Tittle Win On Resu...

The first round of the Uganda Premier League ended with KCCA FC taking the top seat on the table. This came surprisingly given their average performance at start of the season. With 29 points, KCCA is just two points ahead of both BUL and Vipers FC which makes this spot a tight one. They are also just four and five ...

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My Time At KCCA Hasn’t Been Easy – Morley Byekwaso

Morley Byekwaso;- My Time At KCCA Hasn't Been Easy

KCCA head coach, Morley Byekwaso, has revealed that his time at Uganda Premier League side KCCA hasn’t been the rollercoaster he had envisaged. While appearing on NBS Sport, Byekwaso revealed that he’s a faced a number of challenges in Lugogo. He’s however working tooth and nail to make sure that the club gets back to winning trophies. Byekwaso who has ...

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The Best Footballers From Uganda

The Best Football Players From Uganda

Ugandans are a people with a deep passion for sport. And of all the sports played and watched in the country, not one comes close to the level of popularity that football enjoys. In fact, football is Uganda’s national sport. Ugandan children start playing and watching the game from a very young age, and continue to enjoy it well into ...

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Busoga United FC Punished For Hooliganism In Discontinued Game Against Express FC

Busoga United FC Punished For Hooliganism In Discontinued Game Against Express FC

Busoga United apparently behaved in a very unprofessional manner during the abandoned game at Kakindu against Express FC recently. Therefore , the FUFA Disciplinary Panel would not let such behavior go unpunished. The home fans were guilty of throwing stones at match officials which forced the game to prematurely come to a close. This followed Allan Kayiwa giving the Red ...

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