KCCA finally signed Shaban from Onduparaka without the consent of the Arua based club after FUFA player status committee illogically ruled in favour of the teenage sensational and declared the player a free agent hence possessed the liberty to join any club of his choice.
A day before, Shaban accompanied by
Shaban to KCCA FC has been the hottest topic of discussion in Ugandan football as far as transfers are concerned and Friday 21st being the deadline has put quite a number of fans and analysts in suspense of weather the seemingly unhappy striker could end up in what he deems
KCCA FC undermined Onduparaka by frustrating them in a 4–1 triumph at the Star times stadium Lugogo just as planned by Mike Mutebi.
The Kasasiro boys came determined to collect maximum points so as to bring up to speed the lost points in the previous two draws whereas the Caterpillars though
Mutebi speaks about Mo Shaban of Onduparaka ahead of the big encounter on Tuesday. Shaban’s vague Facebook post caused controversies and developed uncertainty over his future and hate in the hearts of his own fans.
During the pre-match press conference at Lugogo today, Mike Mutebi cleared the air about the player
Makumbi signed a new contract with Mbarara City FC before the beginning of the season but unexpectedly didn’t physically turn up on match day one fixture against Bul FC inspite of being named on the team sheet as the coach.
The former Soana Coach reportedly officially wedded his wife last Saturday
URA ends the goal drought in match day one of the Uganda Premier League by beating UPDF 2–1 at Namboole.
The premier league that started yesterday with five matches amongst which four ended goalless with the exception of the Villa encounter with Soana in which left footed midfielder Tabu Vitalis scored
Tabu scored the only goal for Sports Club Villa against Soana FC to get their first victory of the season, which goal happens to be the only in match day one as every other team played zero all draw.
The left footed midfielder was introduced to replace Allan Kyambadee and later
Fans of football in Uganda complaint of the increase of ticket price by clubs as the new season begins today.
As fans will be flocking stadia in different parts of the region and country, a section of fans appreciate the start of the season and expressed excitement as others were dismayed
Nuwagaba Gereves believes Mbarara city FC will be a force to reckon in the Azam Uganda premier league as long as the fans come to support the team.
Mbarara FC is amongst the three newly promoted teams to Uganda’s top tier football competition the Uganda premier League.
One of the players Nuwagaba
Toha’s Onduparaka will play their first fixture of the season 2017/ 2018 against Proline FC on Tuesday 12th Sept at the Green Light Stadium.
Onduparaka has the best yet negatively craziest fans in the entire country because of the adoring love they’ve expressed of which the whole nation knows and ruffian