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 …

Nestroy Kizito retires

Former Uganda Cranes left back Nisteroy Joseph Kizito has officially retired from international football according to a statement released by FUFA this morning. Kizito has been a Cranes international since 2001 when he won 33 caps. At club level, Kizito featured for SC Villa from 2000–2004 before moving to Serbian side Srem between 2004 and …

Musisi denies mismanagement accusations

City Executive Director Jennifer Musisi says she is ready to defend herself on queries raised in an audit report on KCCA. The report points to gross mismanagement of affairs with obscene amounts of money spent on over time allowances to the support staff. In the report, Musisi alone is said to have been paid 20million …

KCC Coach gets life line

KCC FC got back to winning ways as they labored to a 1-0 win over Maroons in the Bell Super league game played at Wankulukuku stadium. Siraje Turyamuhebwa nodded in a beautiful cross from Moses Ochaya to give KCC maximum points and in the process eased the pressure on coach Morley Byekwaso who has been …