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    Kitara 4-2 Kyetume: Relegation Threatened Kitara Not Going Down Alone…



    Nathan Oloro was named MOTM. He scored all the four goals for Kitara

    Uganda Premier League (UPL) debutants Kitara FC have collected four out of six points from Kyetume FC this season.

    The last time they met in December last year, they settled for a one-all draw, followed by today’s 4-w win at home.

    A man of the match performance from Oloro Nathan saw Kitara FC overcome Kyetume FC in a six goal thriller at the Masindi Municipal Stadium.

    Oloro scored all the four goals for Kitara as Nicholas Kasozi and Saaka Sharif both netted once for the visitors in a thrilling 4-2 result. It was Kitara’s second win of the season.

    Oloro scored once in the first half for Kitara to cancel Kasozi’s early lead for Kyetume.

    Kyetume goalkeeper Joel Mutakubwa was red carded towards the end of the first half. Stephen Kabuye was sacrificed for another goalkeeper Martin Othieno who would eventually let in more three.

    Oloro stepped again to convert another penalty, doubling Kitara’s lead. Kyetume leveled matters through Saaka in the 64th minute.

    Oloro scored twice between the 79th and 89th minutes to put Kitara back in the driving seat.

    After 21 games, Kitara still lie bottom of the 1y-team UPL log with eight points having managed only a two wins now, two draws, and a dreadful 17 losses.

    Kyetume who have better survival chances are merely a point away from the relegation zone having won four games, drawn seven, and lost nine to accumulate 19 points – earning them 14th spot, a position below struggling Wakiso Giants with 20 points and a game less.

    Midfielder Monday Denis returned for Kitara as team Captain Maxwell Owachigiu, midfielder Kiwewa Ivan and forward Peter Lomoro were all absent.

    Kitara starting XI

    18.Akera Iva (GK)
    15.Philip Sempiira
    4.Mugume Patrick(C)
    22.Musa Doca
    27.Lwebuga Rogers
    6.Yasin Mubiru
    3.Zakayo Kizito
    23.Patrick Kusemererwa
    29.Oloro Nathan
    13.Daniel Ekoyu
    21.Edson Agondeze

    1.Opio Emanuel
    7.Kasoki Vicent
    12.Kyomuhendo Charles
    11.Tumusiime Isaac
    20.Kyamanywa Ronald
    16.Mwesigwa Stuart
    19.Pius Mbidde

    Derrick Were, Joshua Kigozi, Emmanuel Obua, Benon Tahomera, Steven Kagoda and Felix Okot for Kyetume did not travel with the team.

    Kyetume starting XI;

    18. Joel Mutakubwa
    24. Julius Ntambi
    15. Musitafa Mujuzi
    03. Richard Matovu
    05. Latif Kiyemba
    14. Julius Lule
    25. Nicholas Kasozi
    08. Feni Ali Moses
    10 Sharif Saaka
    39. Robert Sentongo
    21. Kabuye Steven

    16. Martin Othieno
    17. Semambo Jome
    11. Cephas Kambugu
    33. Henry Orom
    20. Isaac Kirabira
    13. Deo Isejja
    30. Walugembe Raymond

    Other UPL Results;

    • URA FC 2-0 Mbarara City
    • SC Villa 1-1 BUL FC
    • Busoga United 0-0 UPDF FC



    FUFA Bans All Fans From Stadiums!…



    Nelson Mandela Memorial Stadium-Namboole

    FUFA has issued Circular number 1136 directing all clubs not to admit fans to the stadiums until further notice.

    The communication signed off by the FUFA Deputy CEO-Football Decolas Kiiza was issued on Thursday 3rd June 2021.

    The circular addressed to FUFA Members, Special Interest Groups of FUFA and Stakeholders reads;

    As you are all aware according to statistics from the Ministry of Health there is an upsurge in the number of COVID-19 cases as well as deaths in Uganda.

    FUFA had earlier allowed up to 200 fans to watch FUFA organised and FUFA authorized competitions with strong adherence to Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). This is no longer tenable in the current situation.

    Therefore, in order to ensure the Health and Safety of players, Technical staff and all stakeholders, all matches shall be played without spectators or fans until further notice.

    “As we wind up the 1st Division, 2nd Division and the Uganda Cup there shall be no fans in the stadiums,” FUFA emphasised, encouraging teams to limit all other authorized personnel to the bear minimum.

    As per the warning, SOPs must be strictly observed and COVID-19 vaccination enhanced by football officials and players throughout the country.


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    Mukwala Joins Cranes Camp!…



    URA striker Steven Mukwala has been summoned to the Cranes camp

    URA FC striker Steven Mukwala has joined the Uganda Cranes camp after a late call up by interim coach Abdallah Mubiru.

    The summoned squad of 34 players is preparing for an international friendly match against Bafana Bafana slated for 10th June 2021 in South Africa.

    Mukwala now joins three other tax collectors in the Cranes camp including his club captain Shafik Kagimu, Patrick Mbowa and Ivan Sserubiri to bring the number to four.

    URA’s number nine has so far had 20 goal involvements in 24 league appearances this season. Second, on the top scorers’ chart with only two goals less, Mukwala has scored 14 goals and assisted up to six times.

    The striker has already surpassed his last season’s tally where he scored 13 goals in 21 games hence finishing as the league’s top scorer of the 2019/20 season. The season was abandoned after 25 games due to the emergence of the Covid19 pandemic.

    The 21-year-old joins Mubiru’s side outfit hugely dominated by young players mostly featuring in the domestic league, while others make their debut appearances on the National team.


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    Fred Kajoba Deserts Vipers SC After Argument With His Boss…



    Fred Kajoba

    Fred Kajoba has definitely left his role as head coach of Vipers Sports.

    According to local sports website Footbal256, Kajoba decided to end his relationship with Vipers SC after the club’s technical director Charles Masembe asked him to decide between Vipers and the Uganda Cranes.

    “When I went for our afternoon training session at Vipers, Mr. Masembe called me in his office and asked me to choose between Vipers and Uganda,” Kajoba told Football256.

    “Without thinking twice, I told him I choose Uganda, when Vipers hired me I was working with the Uganda Cranes and I will always choose the Cranes any day over any club job.”

    “So I have resigned from the job, I have said my good byes to the players and I am leaving the premises now,” Kajoba added as he left St Mary’s Stadium.

    Apparently, Kajoba at the expense of Vipers’ training had earlier today been part of the Cranes training at the MTN Omondi Stadium Lugogo as the side commenced preparations for their June 10th friendly with South Africa in Johannesburg.

    Trouble ensued there, provided that there is less than 48 hours to Viper’s Stanbic Uganda Cup quarterfinal return leg against SC Villa at the Military barracks in Bombo.

    Kajoba joined Vipers midway the 2019/2020 StarTimes Uganda Premier League season and led them to their fourth title much as the season was cancelled with five games to.

    It is not yet clear whether Kajoba leaves with his trusted right hand man Paul Kiwanuka or the latter will stay to see Vipers through the reminder of the season together with Francis Mugerwa and goalkeeping coach Ibrahim Mugisha.

    Before his resignation, Vipers were third on the Premier League log on 56 points, two points behind log leaders Express and one point behind second placed URA.


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