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Fufa Drum: Bugisu hosts West Nile as Buganda welcomes Acholi

Saturday, 30th June Bugisu vs West Nile  Ankole vs Busoga  Acholi vs Bukedi Sunday, 1st July Buganda vs Kampala The Fufa Drum tournament resumes on Saturday and Sunday with the quarterfinal fixtures and two games will be televised live on UBC Magic One TV, with a game each day. On Saturday, Bugisu province

Zlatan missing at the World Cup

There’s a story from Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s childhood that goes a long way toward explaining how a skinny, awkward boy would go on to become one of the best soccer players of his generation. Ibrahimovic grew up poor, one of five children living in a dangerous housing project in the center of

A modern low for African football

Five teams, five first-round exits. It is the first time Africa has not been represented in the last 16 since 1982 and an equally unbecoming statistic is that this year three of those sides were out of the running before match-day three. Only Egypt failed to put up any kind of fight;

Vipers eager to tear JKU on the tourney opener

#CecafaKagameCup Friday 29th June Group A • Vipers SC vs JKU The Cecafa Kagame Cup tournament kick start today on Friday 29th June in Tanzania with Uganda's representatives Vipers SC entertaining JKU from Zanzibar. The game will be played at the Chamazi stadium in Tanzania's capital city Dar es Salaam at exactly 2:00 pm in

Mbarara City appoints new coach Livingstone Mbabazi

#LocalTransfers Mbarara City Football Club on Thursday appointed former Onduparaka FC and Kyetume FC care taker Livingstone Mbabazi as the new club's coach replacing Sam Kawalya. Livingstone Mbabazi joined the Kakyeka based club on a one and two years contract half deal the contract which will keep him at the club up-to

Butiko, Mamba Gabunga progress to the quarter finals

#BikaFootball • Nvuma 0-1 Butiko • Mmamba Kakoboza 0-0 Ngaali Butiko and Mmamba Kakoboza advanced to quarter finals of Bika Football competition 2018 after sidelining Nvuma and Ngaali respectively on a (2-1) and (1-0) aggregate on Thursday at Muteesa II stadium in Wankulukuku. Mmamba Kakoboza made a goalless draw with Ngaali but had a

Martinez’s Belgium a huge threat

This was a Belgium side without Romelu Lukaku, Eden Hazard, Kevin de Bruyne, Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen, Axel Witsel and Dries Mertens, to name but seven, in their starting line-up.   Martinez made the bizarre, although some would say brutally realistic, claim before kick-off that winning was not his priority in this