Denis Onyango set for Uganda Cranes U-turn

Former Uganda Cranes skipper Denis Onyango is set for a surprise return to the national team fold. According to reports, the Mamelodi Sundowns shot-stopper is set to be included in coach Micho Sredojevic’s squad. This cames as Cranes is set to start the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers at the start of next month. Onyango announced his retirement from international football…

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Onyango wins Goalkeeper of the Season Award

Mamelodi Sundowns custodian Denis Onyango finished the 2020/21 PSL campaign on a high note. The Ugandan custodian was crowned the season’s best in the goalkeeping department. The 36-year-old Uganda legend had a good run between the sticks. He managed 15 clean sheets from the 25 league matches he played for the Brazilians. As a result, he played a major role…

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Onyango anticipates tough encounter against Al Ahly

Mamelodi Sundowns custodian Denis Onyango says that he expects a tough encounter against his former coach Pitso Mosimane’s side Al Ahly. Mamelodi will face off with the reigning Caf Champions League champions Al Ahly on Saturday. According to Onyango, the long-awaited game will not be easy for the Brazilians. “We anticipate a very tough encounter,” Onyango said before adding. “Looking at…

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Denis Onyango’s service has been unparalleled – McKinstry

Uganda Cranes head coach Johnathan McKinstry believes the level of service goalkeeper Denis Onyango has given the East African heavyweights is unparalleled. The 35-year-old announced his retirement from the national team, bringing to an end his career at Cranes. His recent involvement was in the Africa Cup of Nations Group B qualifiers. The youthful tactician has now taken to his…

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Onyango wanted to quit after Malawi defeat – Magogo

FUFA President Moses Magogo has revealed goalkeeper Denis Onyango had plans of quitting playing for the national team. According to Magogo, Onyango wanted to quit the Cranes after they had lost to Malawi in their final match of the Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers. “Denis Onyango wanted to announce his retirement in Malawi immediately after the game,” Magogo said via…

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OFFICIAL – Denis Onyango Retires from International Football

OFFICIAL - Denis Onyango Retires from International Football

Uganda Cranes Captain Denis Onyango has officially announced his retirement from International Football. “I sit here with tears rolling down my eyes because after a lengthy consideration I have come to the decision of retiring from international football with immediate effect. It is a sad day in my life knowing that I will never wear the jersey of my beloved…

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