Masaka – The phrase ‘When two elephants fight, the grass suffers’ was exactly witnessed in Masaka recreational ground when the two Titanic sides in the Ugandan football, Villa and KCCA battled for top place yesterday on a waterlogged pitch.
League’s Top scorer Geofrey Sserunkuma gave the away lead three minutes into
Kampala – The league is coming to an end and it’s anticipatable and imaginable to guess possible champions of which Vipers SC is doubt-able. Bearing in mind that in the recent times, the Entebbe road side has struggled to win matches, Miguel De Costa must be smiling on his way
Kampala – From Caf confederation to Azam Premier League, then Uganda cup, KCCA has pulled through a tight schedule. Could this be prove of the muscle the defending Champions of AUPL have.
From overcoming Egyptian side Al – Masry, Mike Mutebi’s side flew in the country to battle another giant Ugandan
Kampala – The wonders expected of Miguel De Costa is beginning to fade as Vipers under his training weeks ago were eliminated from Caf Confederation cup by South African Side Platinum stars. Big League side Paidha Black Angels knocked them out in the Uganda Cup lastly on Good Friday Police
Kampala – Wankulukuku was filled to capacity as folks converged to witness giants in the Ugandan football do what they are best at doing. History will tell you that SC Villa is the most successful club because they are sixteen time champions but the size of Express is comparable to
Arua – Less than a week ago, Onduparaka and Lweza had appalling results in the UPL, where the Caterpillars failed to defend their only goal lead against JMC and Lweza was pathetically beaten by Soana at home in Wankulukuku. Today’s clash meant real battle for victory because Lweza needed a
Kampala – Just a week ago KCCA played two all draw with Police FC and quickly regained winning streak in the next match against slick Bright Stars today. Unstoppable G. Sserunkuma took his goal tally to 15 from a spot kick awarded to the home side after B. Majwega was
Photo Credit: Emmanuel Okwi Twitter Page.
Kampala – Sports Club Villa striker Emmanuel Okwi who got tackled badly in Villa’s match against Bul FC last Saturday is confirmed to be injury free.
Ssembuya received a red card for bad tackle against Villa’s talisman and many thought Okwi had broken his arm however he
Photo Credit: Onduparaka Facebook Page
Kampala – Onduparaka’s pursuit for a win against hosts JMC Hippos at Kakindu was counteracted by resistant Jinja side as a result, there was sharing of points. Play maker Gadafi ‘Cypher’ Gadinho scored an incomparable goal that could be deemed goal of the season by 38th
Kampala – Onduparaka’s goal warrior Muhammad ‘Jagarson’ Shaban returns after weeks of injury to lead striking system for the Arua side against JMC in AUPL. The 19 years old Arua boy got injured in a friendly match played against Mvara SS and since then has missed the games against SC