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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Uganda Cranes players demand promised Afcon money

Uganda Cranes players have joined forces to demand the pledge of $1M made by the President of Uganda Yoweri Kaguta Museveni. President Museveni promised to give $IM to Uganda Cranes players following their good performances in the 2019 Afcon in Egypt. Uganda Cranes reached the round of 16 stage at the 2019 AFCON in Egypt but they were knocked out…

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Hassan Wasswa hints on retiring from football

Uganda Cranes vice-captain Hassan Wasswa has hinted on plans of retiring from football in the near future. The defender-cum-midfielder confirmed that he will not play in the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations should Cranes qualify for the competition. “Any time, I will be retiring from international football, I know by the next Afcon I will have left the team to give…

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