The genesis of this season’s Caf Confederation didn’t go well for Kampala City Council Authority Football Club (KCCA FC) as the Ugandan side lost helplessly to seemingly overdose Moroccan side Fus Rabat by three goals to nil.
As a result of much dominance by FUS Rabat, Brahim El Bahri headed the
Kampala – Proline defeated Express in a less standard match at the Wankulukuku stadium as a result of Bayo Fahad’s brace that came in the both splits.
Bayo first scored at the 42nd minute and two minutes after second half started, the boy from Arua completed a brace for Mujib Kasule’s
Kampala – Erisa Sekisambu said he knew he would score against Onduparaka despite the fact the year had started bad for him. The Vipers striker banged two goals besides Tony Odur and Brian Nkubi’s goals to demolish highly followed Arua side Onduparaka at the St. Mary’s Stadium Kitende.
Speaking to Club’s
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
Kampala – Defending champions KCCA FC flogged Kirinya Jinja senior secondary school five goals to one at the Philip Omondi stadium to clearly tell the world how time is almost up for them to retain the title. Nigerian Sulaimon Akinyemi opened the scoring at the 14th minute after wasting two
Arua – Very tall in height and utilizes the advantage to destroy one particular team in different occasions, Toha sometimes known as Per Mertesacker eight months ago with a header scored the only goal for Onduparaka before the whistle was blown to equaliz a first half lead by Express at
Kampala – Unquestionably one of the best mid-fielders Uganda has in his generation, Sadam Juma has not travelled to Arua for the big game against giant murderers Onduparaka however rumor has it that it’s because the former Vipers has now become an ex-player of Express FC.
Sadam who for about five
Kampala – Derick Nsibambi scored the only goal for KCCA against Police FC in the Uganda Cup quarter finals played at the Mandela national stadium on Sunday evening. A whole 90 minutes saw both KCCA and Police finish goalless but the first period of an extra time graced the Kasasiro
Kampala – The first few matches for Vipers under the coaching of Miguel De Costa were hurting as the club was seen to be losing matches in a sequence, De Costa who was considered to bring evolution to the Kitende based side and new expertise that Ugandan coaches could borrow
Kampala – Soana FC experiences relief after putting to sword desperate Onduparaka FC at Kavumba recreational ground. Inspite of the recent two nil defeat to Vipers away from home, they changed things around after comfortably beating the Caterpillars with two goals to one. First 18 minutes of the match showed