Moses Waiswa – Coming back to Uganda was the best decision I made

Uganda Cranes and SuperSport United midfielder Moses Waiswa claims that it was a good decision for him to leave Sweden. The midfield dynamo spent three years at Syriaska in Sweden before he came back home in 2017 to sign for Vipers SC. After superb performances at the Kitende based club, the midfielder attracted attention from several clubs and eventually, he joined…

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Moses Magogo Hassim – People are just uninformed about Fufa’s UPL teams reduction proposal

Moses Magogo Hassim – People are just uninformed about Fufa’s UPL teams reduction proposal. The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) president Moses Magogo has dismissed the critics of his proposal. Magogo aims to cut the Uganda Premier League from 16 teams to 12. In addition, this has received a lot of criticism from the public. However, Moses Magogo Hassim…

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Moses Waiswa joins Denis Onyango to criticize Fufa’s UPL teams reduction proposal

Moses Waiswa joins Denis Onyango to criticize Fufa’s UPL teams reduction proposal. The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) has recently brought a proposal to reduce teams in Uganda’s top flight. According to the football’s governing body in the country, teams in StarTimes Uganda Premier League should be reduced from 16 to 12 as one way of developing the game…

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Moses Waiswa praises Uganda Cranes captain Denis Onyango

South African giants SuperSport United and Uganda Cranes international Moses Waiswa has praised Cranes skipper Denis Onyango for helping him feel at home in South Africa. Waiswa joined SuperSport United from Vipers SC in June 2019 but he was officially unveiled at the club on January 2020, penning a two-year deal. Since then, he has played three games across all…

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