Byekwaso blames strikers for Bright Stars loss

KCCA FC head coach Morley Byekwaso has blamed his strikers for the loss to Bright Stars on Thursday. Byekwaso praised Dennis Iguma and Jurua Hassan but claimed his strikers were not good enough in front of goal. “The team that played first half played well, they pressed because we knew Bright Stars were going to be compact as usual,” Byekwaso…

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Bright Stars edge KCCA FC in a shock defeat

KCCA FC’s hopes of winning the StarTimes Ugandan Premier League suffered a massive blow after a defeat by Bright Stars. Bright Stars won 2-0 against the Kasasiro Boys at the Omondi Stadium in Lugogo on Thursday evening. Samuel Ssekamatte and Joseph Akandwanaho were on target for the visitors in the second half to help them collect maximum points. It was…

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Sadat Anaku strike enough as KCCA FC sink Onduparaka

Sadat Anaku scored the only goal as KCCA FC completed a double over Onduparaka FC. The Kasasiro Boys edged the West Nile Boys in a narrow 0-1 away win at Greenlight Stadium on Sunday. The opening stanza was a start and stop affair as the larger part of the half had players receive medical attention from doctors of both teams.…

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Mutebi blames KCCA FC management of interfering with his work

Former KCCA FC manager Mike Mutebi has blamed his former club’s management of interfering with his work. Mutebi revealed that he opted to resign after interference in his da-to-day work by the team’s management led by Martin Ssekaja. The veteran tactician parted ways with KCCA FC a couple of days ago with his assistant Morley Byekwaso taking over. The our…

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Allan Okello in disbelief with Mutebi’s KCCA FC dismissal

Former KCCA FC midfielder Allan Okello has expressed his displeasure at seeing coach Mike Mutebi part ways with KCCA FC. KCCA FC confirmed on Monday they had parted ways with Mutebi on mutual consent. The club then announced Morley Byekwaso who was Mutebi’s assistant as the interim head coach. This left Okello discontented and asked Mutebi not to retire from…

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KCCA FC, Mike Mutebi part ways

Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) FC have officially parted ways with head coach Mike Mutebi. According to the communication from the club, the two parties have decided to move separate ways by mutual consent. The news was confirmed by the Lugogo based club on Monday, March 29 through a press statement. “KCCA FC and the Manager, Mike Hillary Mutebi have…

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KCCA manager signals age move with Mugume buy

KCCA manager signals age move with Mugume buy. Mike Mutebi has since being re-delegated as KCCA chief offered the opportunity to various players whom he considered as splendid possibilities at the turn of the decade, however, generally neglected to satisfy what seemed huge potential. On his arrival to KCCA in 2015, Mutebi, therefore, marked various players he had recently worked…

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Ram Nyakana confident of Vipers SC players’ fitness levels

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Vipers SC Strength & Conditioning coach Ram Nyakana Mpuga is confident of the players’ fitness despite a lockdown. Vipers have opted to do whatever they can afford in order to keep the fitness. In addition, of their players in this period. It should be noted that all football-related activities were suspended in the country as one way of curbing down…

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Vipers SC players assured of salaries despite Covid-19

Vipers SC players assured of salaries despite Covid-19. As all sports activities across the world were put on hold due to Coronavirus pandemic, KCCA FC and Vipers SC players are assured of payments. According to the StarTimes Uganda Premier League giants, their players will be paid as usual although they suspended all the activities at these clubs. “In the immediate…

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