2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
3-1-0, 1st in African Nations Cup Qualifying
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3dColin Udoh

AFCON qualifying winners and losers

KweséESPN takes a look at the biggest winners and losers after the first four match days of Africa Cup of Nations 2019 qualifying.

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4dAndrew Oryada

Desabre takes credit for Miya double

Uganda head coach Sebastien Desabre has taken credit for attacking midfielder Farouk Miya's two-goal showing against Lesotho on Tuesday.

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4dAndrew Oryada

Uganda's Odongkara joins Adama City

Uganda goalkeeper Robert Ondongkara has signed for Ethiopia Premier League side Adama City FC on a two-year contract.

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5dAndrew Oryada

Uganda beat Lesotho to close in on AFCON

Farouk Miya scored twice to give Uganda a 2-0 win over Lesotho in Tuesday's Africa Cup of Nations qualifier in Maseru.

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5dKevin Teya

Uganda's Kigonya quits Sofapaka

Uganda goalkeeper Mathias Kigonya has parted ways with Kenyan Premier League side, Sofapaka FC, KweséESPN can confirm.

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8dAndrew Oryada

Desabre's tactical reshuffle pays dividends

Sebastien Desabre believes that his tactical reshuffle of Uganda's Cranes was central to their 3-0 Africa Cup of Nations victory over Lesotho.

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8dAndrew Oryada

Lesotho coach vows revenge on Uganda

Lesotho may have been defeated by Uganda in Saturday's AFCON qualifier, but coach Moses Maliehe is confident that his side can make amends.

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13dAndrew Oryada

Wonderkids Okello, Poloto cut from Uganda squad

Sebastien Desabre has dropped KCCA FC duo Allan Okello and Julius Poloto from the Uganda squad set to face Lesotho in an AFCON qualifier this week.

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26dAndrew Oryada

David Obua relishing Maroons FC appointment

Former Uganda Cranes winger David Obua is relishing the latest step in his career after being appointed assistant coach of Maroons FC.

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29dAndrew Oryada

KCCA defeat Vipers on penalties in Super Cup

KCCA FC have defeated reigning Uganda Premier League Champions Vipers Sports Club 4-2 in a penalty shootout to win the 2018 FUFA Super Cup.