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Clive Kyazze is a sports journalist with experience dating back to 2010. He has covered several major sporting events, mainly football tournaments on the continent.

CECAFA 2019: Much as winning is a must, McKinstry wants to improve performance

Clive Kyazze
Not so many coaches care about improving the technical and tactical abilities of their players, all that really matters to the majority is winning. How? is not an issue. Current Uganda Cranes coach Johnathan McKinstry is taking a different path, much as winning remains a priority, how he does it......

CECAFA is part of a process for bigger dreams – McKinstry

Clive Kyazze
The Cranes started preparations for the 2019 CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup that will be staged in Kampala from December 7th – 19th as they search for a record 15th  titles. However, head coach Johnathan McKinstry is looking at using the tournament as a process to achieve even bigger dreams with......

Maroons could lose point to Vipers for fielding ineligible player

Clive Kyazze
Hannignton Ssebwalunyo could be the reason Maroons Football Club lose their point picked against Vipers after the one all draw in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League on Friday at Prisons Grounds Luzira. If Uganda Premier League records is anything to go by, Ssebwalunyo was booked against Kyetume, Express and Proline.......

Sports minister requests IGG to investigate Magogo

Clive Kyazze
November 18th, 2019 was exactly 23 days to the end of FUFA president Moses Magogo’s two months ban by FIFA for his role in the illegal resale of the 2014 World Cup tickets. Its also the same day the minister of Education and Sports Janet Museveni wrote to the Inspector......

Breaking: Mbabazi set to join Wakiso Giants

Clive Kyazze
Charles Livingstone Mbabazi is set to be named as the new head coach at top division side Wakiso Giants Football Club. The development comes hours after the tactician called it quits at former side Onduparaka, five months into his two-year contract. on Thursday evening, Mbabazi called it quits at the......

Audio: Bayo ecstatic, praises McKinstry

Clive Kyazze
The 2017 Africa Cup of Nations Campaign gave Uganda Farouk Miya, 2019 brought Patrick Kaddu, It looks like the 2021 qualification tourney just introduced Fahad Bayo. The Vipers striker scored Cranes’ second goal as Uganda defeated Malawi 2-0 on Sunday at the Mandela National Stadium in what was Uganda’s second......

Al Hilal SC desperate to find its feet again

Clive Kyazze
Maybe they have never won the Libyan Premier League or have one Libyan Cup to show off, Al Hilal SC is one that has tried to keep tabs with the big boys of Libyan football. As the country has struggled to find its feet again after being affected by war......

Inside the KCCA, Kizza drama

Clive Kyazze
It’s true 13 league champions KCCA FC agreed to sell defender Kizza Mustafa to Czech Republic third division side MFV Vyskoz. This is after the player adamantly declined to renew his contract much as the current one expires on January 1st, 2021. Kizza whose value dropped after he failed to......

Mutebi wants young lads appreciated, dismisses ‘Stars talk’ again

Clive Kyazze
Without skipper Charles Lukwago, defenders Kizza Mustafa and John Revita, midfielders Nicholas Kasozi, Muzamir Mutyaba who were away with the Cranes for a regional tour in Katakwi, KCCA FC proved their intent in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League again. The league holders came from behind twice to defeat Police FC......

Embattled Ssimbwa rules himself out of Wakiso Giants job

Clive Kyazze
Probably the biggest and most coveted job in Ugandan football barely six months ago, the Wakiso Giants coaching role available again after former coach Kefa Kisala agreed to mutually terminate his contract. Already a couple of high calibre names have been mentioned around the corridors at the club, with names......

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