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CHAN 2020: Cranes look to seal fifth consecutive CHAN qualification

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For the fifth edition in a row, the Uganda Cranes have one leg in the African Nations Championships (CHAN) final tournament, when they host fellow East African nation Burundi at the StarTimes Stadium, Lugogo, on Saturday. The Cranes hold a three-goal advantage over their opponents tomorrow, thanks to goals from......
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Luwagga advises Okello, Kizza about professional football and career aspirations

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Uganda Cranes forward Kizito Luwagga has provided a bit of advice to KCCA youngsters Allan Okello and Mustafa Kizza, as the pair keep on growing from strength to strength both at club and the national level. Okello and Kizza are currently part of the Cranes squad preparing for the CHAN......
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CHAN 2020: Full squad as Cranes preparations enter day three

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The Uganda Cranes preparations for the return leg of the African Nations Championships play-off round qualifier against Burundi have continued into day three, with all the 25 summoned played taking part in today’s double training session. The duo of Vipers midfielder Allan Kayiwa and Wakiso Giants utility player Krizestom Ntambi......
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CHAN 2020: Cranes CHAN team get preparations for return leg underway

Herman Nnyanzi
Uganda Cranes team will play against Burundi in the second leg of the play-off round qualifiers for the 2020 African Nations Championships (CHAN) qualifiers on Saturday 19th October, at the Mandela National stadium, Namboole. A squad of 25 players were summoned to undertake preparations for the hugely anticipated game underway,......
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Cranes: McKinstry pleased with first step in new Cranes journey

Brandon Matale
Uganda national team new head coach Jonathan McKinstry took charge of his first game with the Cranes, in an international friendly against Ethiopia at the Bahir Dar stadium, Ethiopia on Sunday. And it was an interesting start to life at his new job but not as flambouyant as many had......
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CHAN 2020: Watambala Earns maiden Cranes senior team call up

Shafic Kiyaga
Vipers SC youngster Abdul Karim Watambala has earned his maiden senior national team call up as he was named part of the Cranes team that will prepare for the CHAN play-off return leg encounter against Burundi. The Cranes CHAN team will play Burundi in the return leg on 19th October,......
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Kajoba back as Mubiru not part of Cranes Contingent for Ethiopia game

Shafic Kiyaga
International Friendly: Ethiopia Vs Uganda Cranes, Sunday, 13th October 2019, Bahrdar Town In a surprise turn of events, the Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) has confirmed former Uganda Cranes goalkeeping coach Fred Kajoba part of the Cranes travelling contingent for the friendly game against Ethiopia. The game is scheduled......
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Uganda cranes legend Jajja Walu calls time on 10-year Cranes career

Shafic Kiyaga
Uganda cranes left back Godfrey Walusimbi alias Jajja Walu has officially retired from the Uganda Cranes, bringing and end to a 10-year career with the national team. The former SC Villa, Gor Mahia and Kaizer Chiefs star made his decision known to FUFA and the entire country, hours after Cranes......
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International Friendly: Farook Miya dropped as McKinstry names Cranes squad for Ethiopia friendly

Shafic Kiyaga
Days after he was confirmed as the new Uganda Cranes head coach for at least the next three years, Jonathan McKinstry has released his first Uganda Cranes squad that will play in an international friendly against Ethiopia. The friendly scheduled to be played on 13th October, 2019 in Bahrdar town,......
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Exclusive: FUFA turn to Irish flavour for next Uganda Cranes coach

Clive Kyazze
 In the past, the Uganda Cranes’ dugout has had a Hungarian, Scottish, Serbian and French touch. Still without a permanent head coach currently, credible sources indicate that Irishman Jonathan McKinstry is set to be the next Cranes head coach. The reports are making rounds after FUFA confirmed at their 95th......

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