Category «Sports»

Cranes lose to Congo

A first minute strike by Congo Brazzaville striker Prince Onyange sent an early scare in the cranes camps in the Afcon 2013 first leg qualifier in Congo. Uganda was beaten hands down by an experienced Congo side as they lost the game 3-1. A first half dominated by Congo saw Uganda pull one back through …

50 riders to test new track

The newly revamped Uganda Motocross Arena track will host its first action when the First round of the National Motocross Championship on 4th March with over 50 riders taking part. The track in Busika off Gayaza road has been upgraded to international standards under the close supervision of renowned expert Ray Wilson mainly in preparation …

Obua too resigns

David Obua has written to Fufa formally announcing his retirement from the national team a day after hitherto Uganda Cranes skipper Ibrahim Sekagya led the way on Monday. According to the National team, The Hearts forward penned the letter last night saying he had decided to end his over 10 years in the national team …

Cranes Captain Sekagya retires

Cranes Captain Ibrahim Sekagya has announced his retirement from international football. His retirement takes effect on 1st March, when he joins Nestroy Kizito who also announced his departure a week ago. Now playing for Salzburg, Sekagya’s has had an illustrious career and has been a big inspiration for the Uganda Cranes. Born in 1980, he …

Uganda drops in FIFA rankings

Uganda has dropped 5 places in the FIFA World rankings released today. The fact that the Cranes were not involved in any international competitions explains the drop from 82nd to 87th in the world and from 15th to 20th in Africa. The results of 51 international matches have been taken into account, of which 32 …