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Irish National Named New Uganda Cranes Head Coach

The Federation of Uganda Football Associations – FUFA has named Johnny McKinstry the new Head Coach of the National team, Uganda Cranes. McKinstry, 34, was unveiled on Monday morning at a press conference held at the Fufa House in Mengo, Kampala. The Northern Ireland National takes over from Abdullah Mubiru who has

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Museveni Meets Uganda Cranes, Gives Team Shs 3.7Bn for AFCON Performance

President Yoweri Museveni has pledged to give $1M (about Shs 3.7 billion) to National Football Team Uganda Cranes, who just returned from the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) tournament in Egypt.. Museveni made the pledge while hosting the Uganda Cranes at State House Entebbe on Monday evening. Uganda for the first

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Uganda Cranes End AFCON 2019 Expedition With Senegal Loss

Uganda Cranes ended the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) championship on a sad note after falling 1-0 to West Africans, Senegal during the round of 16 at the Cairo International Stadium on Friday night. Sadio Mane scored the only goal of the match in the 15th minute. It was a brave

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DETAILS EMERGE: Uganda Cranes Call off Strike as FUFA Agrees to Pay $6000 Allowance to Every Player

Uganda Cranes players have called off their strike and agreed to show up for training ahead of their Round of 16 game against Senegal this Friday. This was after the a closed door meeting between officials from the Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) and some of the players of the

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Uganda Hosts Egyptian Tour Operators Ahead of AFCON Round of 16 Game

Uganda Tourism Board (UTB) and the Ugandan Embassy in Egypt have hosted a total of 200 outbound Egyptian Tour and Travel operators to a cruise on the River Nile. On board the M/S Nile Smart Cruise Liner were Uganda Tourism Board officials, Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Football Club chairman

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AFCON 2019: Uganda Qualifies for Round Of 16 Despite Loss to Egypt

Uganda Cranes is through to the round of 16 despite losing 2-0 to hosts Egypt at Cairo International Stadium on Sunday night in the ongoing 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON). The final result didn’t reflect the true picture of what Uganda Cranes displayed on the pitch especially before Mohamed Salah

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