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OPINION: FUFA President Magogo returns to Office, ‘football has won’

Sharif Kiberu
Tuesday, December 10th, marked exactly two months since the Federation of Uganda Football Associations’ (FUFA) president Moses Hashim Magogo was slapped with a two-month ban from all football related activities. Magogo entered into a plea bargain with FIFA’s Ethics and Integrity committee for his role in the illegal resale of......
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OPINION: My team of the first round

Shafic Kiyaga
The 2019/2020 StarTimes Uganda Premier League season has surely served us with a spectacle to behold. From August straight through to November, we have been treated to quite many huge talking points. Besides the many points awarded through board room decisions and the unending stoppages and postponement of fixtures, on......
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The mysterious case of Muzamiru Mutyaba and his unending wait for professional football

Edward Raymond Komakech
The enigma that surrounds Muzamiru Mutyaba is unfathomable. Such a lad bestowed with immense talent but with little or nothing to show for it. He’s been around way too long that he gives you the feeling something is wrong for a player with his abilities. The only surviving person from......
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McKinstry shows deft game management in Ouagadougou stalemate

Edward Raymond Komakech
In a game where Johnathan McKinstry was widely expected to leave his mark, few should have been impressed by the tamed and timid performance from the Cranes away in Ouagadougou as they were, out played, in a game where they desperately clung on for a dear point. McKinstry started out......
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CAF CC: Proline FC, victims of their own downfall or was it a step too high for them?

Ronald Lusulire
It has been a fun-filled and tremendous six month for Proline FC. They ended last season on a high, winning their first ever double in history, after winning the Uganda Cup and the FUFA Big League. Ultimately gaining a place amongst just three clubs to have won a double after......
Opinions Trending Uganda Premier League

A love story with Ugandan Football, What does your club mean to you?

Sharif Kiberu
One of the earliest moments of my life I can remember was a time when my father took me to watch a KCC FC game at Nakivubo stadium when I was 6 years old. I do not remember the exact opponents nor the final score of the game, but I......
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Match fixing, A scourge killing our football, But who is responsible?

Shafic Kiyaga
Fair play is one of the fundamental principles for which the game of football is based. With fair play, football is a joy to behold for everyone doesn’t matter if your playing or watching from the stands. But just like any other principle of our societies, fair play is the......
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OPINION: Does move to Morocco escalate Senkatuka’s shout for Cranes chance

Brian Aheebwa
Representing a person’s country of origin is one of the greatest moments of any football player’s careers and any player would wish to hold that experience at one point in their career. Pictures of players donning their national colours fill social media during designated international breaks and international tournaments. With......
Opinions Uganda Premier League

OPINION: Players who will take the league by storm this season

Brian Aheebwa
The Star Times Uganda Premier league has taken a break after match day five, and will return in a fortnight on 1st October, 2019. It is a season that has already produced nail biting action, twists and surprise results. And with the battle for the front runners and the relegation......
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Clubs, FUFA, Stadium owners need to work in tandem

Hope Mugisha
This article was originally published on September 11, 2019 The 2018/2019 Uganda Premier League season was a great success in lots of aspects, most especially in the diversification of the game to different parts of the country since more clubs were allowed to host their games upcountry. This helped the......

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