KCCA FC will seek retribution against Espérance, a Tunisian side today [Saturday] at the Mandela National Stadium in their return leg of the CAF Champions league but without three key players. Whilst in Tunisia in the first encounter, the Ugandan giants squandered a two nil lead blatantly and lost to Khalid
KCCA unpredictably beat Al Ahly of Egypt 2-0 at the Mandela National Stadium in their second game of Group A CAF Champions League. First half favored the African giants in terms of goal chances, possession and eventually quality of football displayed, credit to KCCA goalie Charles Lukwago for saving Walid Said
KCCA FC lost to Township Rollers of Botswana away from home in the first group match Caf champions league. Lemponye Tshireletso’s outstanding display yielded to the only goal that separated the two sides just in the first half once and for all. Tshireletso came closer to scoring before he finally got breakthrough.
KCCA defeated 2-1 by CNaps with a last minute goal grabbed by the Madagascar giants. Each side were attack minded though distinct scoring chances showed up for the Ugandan side through Timothy Awany and Derrick Nsibambi. Whereas Nsibambi goal was nullified for offside and Awany was denied by the cross bar all
Betway probably is not only the most popular online betting company but also offline. The hefty investment they’ve put in publicity alongside their involvement in sponsoring local clubs has opened them way to the Ugandan market just within 700 days. Besides the advantages of betting online brought by Betway such as
Kampala – less than 24 hours ago, Kampala City Council Authority Football Club after beating Lweza two-zero, were rightly judged champions of the Azam Uganda Premier League for the second consecutive season, and the twelfth time in history. Their coach Mike Hillary Mutebi who has managed the club in the two