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Exclusive interview with Uganda Cranes coach Jonathan McKinstry

H.E YK Museveni granted sports activities the green light to resume in his address to the nation on Sunday and definitely the Uganda Cranes head coach Jonathan McKinstry is not resting on his laurels as the team begins preparations for the forthcoming International break next month and 2021 Africa Cup

Uganda Cranes’ head coach Johnathan McKinstry on anticipated return of international football, progress of foreign based legion

Uganda Cranes head coach Johnathan McKinstry has reaffirmed the readiness for the team when football eventually returns after the Coronavirus pandemic scourge that caused a forced break in March 2020. In the latest interview with www.fufa.co.ug, McKinstry elucidates about the readiness of his technical team and the players upon the return

FUFA holds successful Consultative meeting with Ex-Internationals

The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) has held a successful consultative meeting with  former International players at Ivy's Hotel Wakaliga – on Friday. A total number of 47 Ex-Internationals attended the meeting that was chaired by  FUFA President. Moses Magogo.   Former Uganda Cranes and Express FC Captain George Ssemwogerere believes that

Airtel at Ten: FUFA President’s message of appreciation

Since 8th June 2010, Airtel Uganda Limited officially launched their services in Uganda and has since established themselves as the country’s leading telecommunications company. Airtel Uganda is the main sponsor of the Uganda Cranes but have also joined hands to support the FUFA Awards, FUFA Juniors League, Airtel Rising Stars U-17

Exclusive interview with Uganda Cranes head coach Mckinstry about the forced Covid-19 break, reveals planning process

As the entire world is aggressively battling the effects of COVID-19, sports on general has been adversely affected. There has been no football action for over three months in most countries of the world, including Uganda. This situation has forced players to train at the confines of their respective home