Edward Satulo joins Wakiso Giants

As preparation for the 2020/2021 continues, Wakiso Giants announced the signing of central defender Edward Satulo alias Satro. The defender signed a three-year contract until 2023 with an option for extension for a further year. The highly-rated 20-year old defender signs from Wobulenzi FC but has previously played for Gomba and Ssingo in the annual Masaza Cup tournament. He won…

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Pius Kagwa joins Wakiso Giants

In one way of strengthening their squad, Wakiso Giants have completed the signing of winger Pius Kagwa from Police FC. The highly-rated winger who is comfortable on both flanks joins Wakiso Giants on a three-year contract with an option to extend for a further year. Pius Kaggwa becomes our second signing in the transfer window after midfielder Ibrahim Kasule alias…

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Douglas Bamweyana dreams big at Wakiso

After joining Wakiso Giants as their head coach ahead of the 2019/2020 season, Douglas Bamweyana said that his main objective is becoming the best manager at the continent. The youthful gaffer was signed by the Wakiso-based side as they aim that he will improve their playing style as well as leading them to trophies. “My career objective is to be…

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Douglas Bamweyana – My target is to challenge for honors at Wakiso

Former SC Villa and Maroons FC head coach Douglas Bamweyana have been announced as Wakiso FC head coach. The youthful gaffer has penned a three-year renewable contract with the club and therefore takes over with immediate effect. Wakiso Giants aims at finishing in top positions in their second season in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League, that’s the reason why they…

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Wakiso Giants signs Ibrahim Kasule

StarTimes Uganda Premier League side Wakiso Giants FC have confirmed the signing of Ibrahim Kasule from Kampala Junior Team (KJT). The attacking midfielder have signed a three-year contract, with an option to extend for a further year with the Purple Sharks. Ibrahim Kasule can’t wait to get started After putting pen on paper, Kasule said that he is going to…

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Hassan Wasswa ‘Dazo’ urges teammates to aim for better

Wakiso Giants defender Hassan Wasswa Dazo has commended his fellow teammates to aim for better ahead of the 2020/2021 StarTimes Uganda Premier League season. According to Wasswa, the Purple Sharks lads must pick lessons from their failures last season. Wakiso Giants finished 10th in their maiden season in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League, they collected 31 points from 25 games…

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Wakiso Giants season ticket holders to be compensated

StarTimes Uganda Premier League side Wakiso Giants is set to compensate season ticket holders after the cancellation of the 2019-20 season. The season was canceled out on Wednesday May 20th, when Vipers SC were declared champions. Vipers finished on top of the table with 54 points, while Wakiso Giants finished 10th with 30 points from 25 games played. Each of the…

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Derrick Emukule urges teammates to stay focused

Wakiso Giants custodian Derrick Emukule has urged his teammates to stay focused and work collectively just in case football resumes. Football in Uganda was suspended in March as one way of combating coronavirus pandemic in the country. However, football players around the country continue to work out on individual basis as per the coaches’ guidelines as they expect football to…

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Maroons FC players unpaid for two months

Maroons FC players unpaid for two months. After the suspension of all sporting activities in the country where all footballers are locked home, Maroons FC players are crying for unpaid salaries. According to reports, the Luzira based club players haven’t been cleared for the months of February and March. The Maroons FC players are therefore reportedly stuck with home bills…

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Maroons FC suspends all activities until April 20th

Maroons FC has suspended all activities until April 20th. As Coronavirus pandemic continues to hit the sports activities across the world, Maroons FC becomes the latest club to suspend all activities. The StarTimes Uganda Premier League side has followed the state orders of banning public gatherings as one of the moves to curb the spread of the coronavirus. According to…

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