Coaches who can replace McKinstry at Cranes

The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) on Monday reached an agreement to part ways with Uganda coach Johnathan McKinstry. McKinstry failed to qualify the Cranes to a third successive Africa Cup of Nations finals in Cameroon and FUFA decided to fire him. In this article, we have brought you a list of coaches who are in line to replace…

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Johnathan McKinstry thankful as he leaves Cranes

Johnathan McKinstry has picked the positives registered while he was in charge of the Uganda Cranes after he left his position on Monday. McKinstry reached an agreement with the Federation of Uganda Football Associations to end their association that had lasted for 18 months. The North Irish coach has now recounted the positive events that marked his reign. “I have today…

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FUFA finally parts ways with McKinstry

The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) has reached an agreement to part ways with national team coach Johnathan McKinstry. The decision to end ties with the Northern Irish tactician comes just two days after rumours went round in Uganda. The 35-year-old failed to qualify the Cranes to a third successive Africa Cup of Nations finals in Cameroon and this…

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Johnathan Mckinstry’s journey as Uganda cranes’ head coach

Irishman Johnathan Mckinstry has of today been fired as head coach of the Uganda Cranes

Irishman Johnathan Mckinstry has of today been fired as head coach of the Uganda Cranes despite his contract that states that he still has seventeen months to work following the September 2019 contract which gave him mandate over the national team for a time period of three years. Basing on an exclusive source from the Federation of Uganda Football Associations…

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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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McKinstry makes Uganda Cranes return

Uganda Cranes head coach Johnathan McKinstry has returned in the Uganda Cranes dugout after a one-month absence. McKinstry has already started plans to help the team have a good 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign. McKinstry returns after Uganda Cranes failed to secure an Africa Cup of Nations ticket to Cameroon. “A busy day following up with Uganda Cranes players after their…

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FUFA asks McKinstry to step aside

The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) has asked the Uganda Cranes coach Johnathan McKinstry to step aside. According to the statement released by the federation, McKinstry will not be in charge of the team for the period from 2nd- 31st March 2021. “The FUFA Executive Committee has asked the Head Coach of the National Senior side-The Uganda Cranes Mr.…

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CHAN 2020: Morocco humiliates Uganda

The African Nations Championship champions (CHAN) Morocco humiliated Uganda to qualify for the quarter-finals of the tournament. Morocco won 5-2 at the Reunification Stadium in Douala on Tuesday night while to knock Cranes out of the tournament. This is the fifth time for Uganda to fall at the first hurdle of the CHAN on each of the five occasions they’ve…

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Johnathan McKinstry still optimistic despite Togo loss

Uganda Cranes head coach Johnathan McKinstry claims that Uganda still have a chance of qualifying to the knockout stage in the ongoing African Nations Championship. The match ended 2-1 in favor of Togo to pick their first set of points at the tournament. It is the first time the Togolese are featuring in the tournament. Saidi Kyeyune’s 35 yarder goal…

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Johnathan McKinstry impressed with the Cranes team

The Uganda national team head coach Johnathan McKinstry is impressed with the level of competition he is seeing in the camp. Uganda Cranes is in preparation for the African Nations Championship (Chan) competition in Cameroon. The tactician has a full house and most of his charges have been with him in Central Africa since December 29 last year. “We have…

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