SHABAN SCORES HATRICK AS KCCA FC TEAR SOANA INTO PIECES

Shaban opened and closed the scores as defending champions KCCA FC beat Soana FC 4-0 at Kavumba recreational grounds. After a series of in vain goal attempts by players such as Nsibambi, Mucureezi, Sadam, Shaban opened the scores to break at the 43rd minutes. The former Onduparaka striker grabbed a brace at

SENKATUKA LEADS TOP SCORER GROUP AS HIS EFFORT SEES OFF ONDUPARAKA

Senkatuka and Moses Okot score to torment Onduparaka again at the Champions Stadium Matugga Mwererwe. The memories of fake goals conceded by Onduparaka the previous season were retrieved after captain Nelson Senkatuka put the hosts in charge at the 27th minutes to increase his season goal tally to 5 before setting

KCCA FC KEEPS POLICE FC STAGNANT AS SAME DATE SIGNINGS SHABAN AND KATERREGA SHINE

KCCA beat Police FC 2-0 at the StarTimes stadium and climb 3rd as Police remains table leaders with no increment of points. New signings Muhammad Shaban and Allan Katerrega who joined the club on the same date scored in each splits respectively. It was Sadam Juma who with great vision set up the

PUTTING FUFA APPEALS COMMITTEE RULING INTO PERSPECTIVE, WAS IT IMPARTIAL?

FUFA appeals committee at last graced Shaban with Oxygen after over six weeks of suffocation. The former Onduparaka player initially found ransom from Onduparaka through the FUFA Player Status Committee (PSC) after a ruling favored and declared him free to join a club of his choice but Onduparaka’s appeal left him

MWEBAZE AND ABDALLAH MUBIRU SPEAK ON REFEREES DECISION TO AWARD POLICE A PENALTY

Mwebaze, Maroons’ coach complained about referee Brian Nsubuga’s decision on penalty awarded to their opponents Police FC after a foul committed on Norman Ojik by Maroons player resulting into the equalizer. Having taken the lead, Mwebaze believes if not for the unfair refereeing decisions, Police wouldn’t have struck a balance. “We conceded

GOAL DROUGHT AT ONDUPARAKA’S GREENLIGHT, URA, BRIGHT STARS, SOANA WIN AS POLICE DRAWS WITH MAROONS

Onduparaka and Mbarara City FC share spoils as the encounter ended in a goalless draw at the Green Light Stadium. In the wet ground and cloudy weather, Onduparaka faced it rough as Mbarara surprised them with a resilient and determined attitude to collect a point. Onduparaka had the first chances to score

KCCA FC REDISCOVERS SELF AS THEY TERMINATE MASAVU FC

KCCA destroyed league debutants Masavu FC in a six goal thriller as the Kasasiro boys record remarkable win with a huge goal Margin. The defending champions break the goal jinx they and whole league suffers during the destruction of appalling Entebbe side Masavu with goals coming from Derrick Nsibambi 10’, Samuel

VIPERS SC MOVE SECOND AFTER THE CONTROVERSIAL WIN AS ONDUPARAKA DROPES TO THIRD.

Vipers controversially beat Mbarara City Fc 1 – 0 at the Kakyeka stadium to move second in the Azam Premier League. After 79 minutes of goalless play, substitute Mbayi Clovis Moussa strike into the net at a close range although the lines men cancelled, Tulu Muzamil the centre referee considered it

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