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    You Are Judas, I Have Had Enough Of Your Bullshit: Fire In SC Villa Camp As The Two Managers Fight

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    SC Villa assistant coach Paul Mukatabala and his boss Wasswa Bbosa

    Full time scores .

    K_JSSFC 1-1  Masavu

    URA 1-1 Express

    Mbarara City 1-1 ProlineFC

    UPDF 1-0 SC Villa

    Soanafc 0-1 Onduparaka

     

    The Villa loss to UPDF by 1-0 in the Azam Uganda Premier League has created a huge fight between Waswa Bbosa and his deputy Paul Mukatabala. After the game, Wasswa Bbosa accused Mukatabala of deliberately handing the title to Vipers.

    Bbosa branded Mutakabala a traitor who let UPDF win so that vipers may have the edge over Villa in the title race.

    Mukatabala was sitting in for Bbosa who is on a four games suspension. Mukatabala was frustrated on seeing Bbosa saying that he doesn’t like him to gain anything positive.
    Mutakabala took the fight to his social media page and wrote:
    Naye Bossa Wasswa gwe!!!!…. Kale.
    Someone I have been treating like a brother for yrs. Kumbe nga oli #wankwe. The last straw is for u to angrily confront me immediately after the #UPDF match today and even try to get physical, accusing me, mbu #nkuyekera and have deliberately allowed #UPDF to defeat #you and #SCVilla….. “Onkubye omupiira, onjekera.” #OMG!!!What a load of rubbish. Till I die, no one will ever compromise me about SC VILLA. SC Villa is my life and blood. Success above anything else, is what matters to me, when it comes to SC Villa. Period.
    Since November last year, I have been getting information, about how u often go to President Misagga and other officials claiming mbu nkuyekera. The latest b4 today, being last Sunday, after the Mbarara draw, when u told the club officials in a meeting that #nkuwalana.
    I have approached u several times on these rumours & allegations and u always deny it. Well, at least today, u can’t deny it. I have seen and heard u say it to my face……It keeps puzzling me, why someone I take as a brother, and have nothing against, is constantly feeling insecure about me.. Kiki naye???????
    I have put up with enough of this #bullshit
    Ur so lacking in self respect and character. You want to argue, confront, abuse and fight everybody….. Eh!!!!!!…… Banange!!!!!!!!

    Misagga’s reaction to Mutakabala

    “Bossa and Mutakabala have been great coaches season. It’s only the heat of the title that is putting them on pressure at the moment. Villa is bigger than all of us and our zeal is to play our remaining games with dignity and respect. Working together does not necessarily mean that we should be friends, we can be working colleagues. We are the only living football club in Uganda.”

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    She Cranes Star Nuba Reveals Why She Decided To Play For Uganda Not South Sudan; Why She Regrets Giving Birth Early…

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    She Cranes player Mary Nuba

    Born in South Sudan but grew in Uganda, that’s the story of the She Cranes goal shooter Mary Nuba Cholhok who was voted as the best shooter in the just concluded Fast5 Series tournament which was held in New Zealand.

    Uganda emerged in fifth position in the tournament. theGrapevine had a chance to talk to Nuba before she went back to England for her professional career.

    Grapevine: Why did you decide to play for Uganda and not for your native country South Sudan?

    Nuba: South Sudan is still lagging behind in Netball and I’m getting old, that’s why I decided to play for Uganda’s She Cranes.

    Grapevine: What challenges have you faced so far in your career?

    Nuba: Thinking about my five-year baby who stays in Uganda yet I’m in England playing for my professional club.

    Grapevine: Then what about your husband [the baby’s father] ?

    Nuba: I’m not married, though I gave birth.

    Mary Nuba was awarded Fans player of the Fast5 Series tournament

    Grapevine: How did you manage giving birth and playing Netball?

    Nuba: I realized that later that I made a mistake of getting pregnant. But I stood on my feet, forgot all the past and decided to move on with my child and my career.

    Grapevine: How do you manage those good performances?

    Nuba: I work very hard ever day in order to achieve my goals.

    Grapevine: Where do you see She Cranes in four years to come?

    Nuba: I see She Cranes winning the Netball World cup because we have good players who are still young.

    Grapevine: Tell us about the best game in your career?

    Nuba: When we defeated South Africa in the Common Wealth games in Birmingham.

    Grapevine: Who’s your role model in the game of Netball?

    Nuba: Peace Proscovia because of the way she managed to lift her life from a poor background. She is now superstar in the game.

     

     

    By Juma Ali

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    MIRACLE: All She Cranes Players Return After Incidents Of Players Disappearing While On Duty Abroad…

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    She Cranes players and one of the start player Goal Shooter Mary Cholhok Nuba

    It was a miracle this time around after all the She Cranes players returned from New Zealand.

    It has been a habit for some Netball players to escape when the team travels for international tournaments.

    Just last month, two She Cranes players; Nakanyike Shakira, who was a Police Player and Rose Namutebi, who was a KCCA Player, disappeared in UK, during She Cranes international friendlies.

    The disappearance of these two players followed the disappearance of centre Player, Halimah Nakachwa, who disappeared in UK, in 2017 during another international friendly in UK.

    However, this time around, all the nine players who went for the first five series tournament in New Zealand, where She Cranes emerged fifth, after wining three games and losing three games, all returned with the team.

    National players disappearing while on duty abroad is also a habit in other sports disciplines like; boxing, table tennis, Rugby among others.

     

    By Juma Ali

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    It’s Time For Golola To Rest: I’m Going To Punch Him Into Retirement – General Fungu Vows…

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    Moses Golola (L) and General Fungu (R)

    General Hamza Fungu has vowed to fight Moses Golola and send him into retirement come 26th December. 2022.

    Fungu said this during the launch at Akamwesi gardens today.

    Uganda’s middle weight kick boxing champion, Golola Moses is set to face his former trainer, General Hamza Fungu on bixing day at Akamwesi shopping mail gardens.

    Golola, who is known for his many words said that he has beaten many fighters who were better than Fungu, “now look at this piglet, I’m going to show him why I’m called Golola Moses ‘of Uganda ‘  and I call upon Ugandans to come and be witnesses on that day.”

    Though Golola said that he signed a contract which allows both fighters to fight until one gets tired, officials in charge of organizing the show said they will fight K-1 style for five rounds.

    Grapevine had a chance to sit down with Golola’s challenger General Fungu and and this is what he had to say;

    theGrapevine: How are you prepared for this fight?

    Fungu: I’m well prepared but they have also given us enough time. So, I’m going to prepare more.

    theGrapevine: Why, among fighters did you choose Golola?

    Fungu: I have been asking to fight Golola for the last five years but he has been dodging me. He one time asked for 20,000 dollars to fight me.

    theGrapevine: Why do you think he accepted this time around?

    Fungu: I think this time, he has been given a lot of money.

    theGrapevine: Which tactics are you going to use to defeat Golola?

    Fungu : Golola has words but I have the tactics which will defeat Golola.

    theGrapevine: Many people have come out to challenge Golola but he finally wins?

    Fungu : He has been favoured many times.

    theGrapevine: Is it true that the contract you signed for the fight allows you to fight until one of you gets tired?

    Fungu : The contract is a disadvantage to Golola not me because I was born a fighter.

    theGrapevine: What next after this fight?

    Fungu : After this fight, I will fight three more three bouts and retire.

     

    By Juma Ali

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