Uganda Cranes invited in Tanzania Independence Day Celebrations

Uganda Cranes will this week on Thursday, face Tanzania’s Taifa Stars in an International Friendly game. The game will be played at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam. It is part of events to commemorate Tanzania’s 60 years of Independence. Coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic has summoned a total of 18 locally based players that will travel to Tanzania on…

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Uganda Cranes team departs for Northern regional tour

Uganda Cranes delegation has on Wednesday morning left for Kitgum town ahead of the Northern region tour. The match is set for Thursday, 4th November 2021 at Boma playground. The delegation was led by the head coach Milutin Sredojevic alongside members of the technical staff. Others include FUFA referees’ manager Samuel Egesa and the event organizers Kibo Media officials. “We…

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Magogo honors Wasswa’s retirement

The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) president Moses Magogo has paid a glowing tribute to Hassan Wasswa. The defender-cum-midfielder announced his retirement from the national team on Friday. According to Magogo, Wasswa always worked hard whenever he was turning out for the national team. “Well, done Hassan Wasswa,” Magogo wrote on his Facebook page on Sunday. “It is with great honour…

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Hassan Wasswa Mawanda Biography, Family and Networth

OFFICIAL - Hassan Wasswa Mawanda Retires from National Football

Thirty-three-year-old Hassan Mawanda Wasswa was born on 14th February 1988 at Nsambya Uganda. He is a Ugandan professional footballer who plays for both the Saudi Arabian team Jeddah and the Uganda Cranes where he has survived as a defensive midfielder and team Vice-captain for the last thirteen years until his retirement last night. On his Facebook page last night, Hassan…

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OFFICIAL – Hassan Wasswa Mawanda Retires from National Football

OFFICIAL - Hassan Wasswa Mawanda Retires from National Football

Uganda Cranes Star Player Hassan Wasswa Mawanda has today officially announced his retirement from national football duties… Hassan Wasswa Mawanda revealed that playing for the Uganda Cranes has been a tremendous honor for him… “Today is a difficult day for me, but it is also a day of reflection and gratitude. Playing for Cranes has been a tremendous honour,” Wasswa…

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