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Ugandan players in diaspora: Onen on the mark for Reading, Sempala skippers Tusker in KPL league opener

Another weekend full of action it was for a number of Ugandan players in the diaspora.

It saw a number of players take part in the CAF Champions League and confederation cup as as the Kenya Premier League 2020/21 season that officially kicked off.

In the English Premier League2 U23, Jayden Roy Onen played full time and netted in the 75th minute as his Reading U23 side beat Middlesborough 3-2 on the road.

Jayden Onen was on the mark for Reading U23

In the Kenya Premier League match day1, midfielder Hashim Sempala was captain as his Tusker FC side lost 2-1 at AFC Leopards. Custodian Benjamin Ochan didn’t feature for Leopards.

Midfielder Hashim Sempala skippered Tusker FC as they lost 2-1 at AFC Leopards.

Winger Peter Lwasa started as his Kariobangi Sharks side beats Wazito FC 4-0.

Yusuf Mukisa wasn’t in the match day squad as his Nairobi City stars beat Nzoia Sugars 2-0 at home.

William Wadri and Fred Nkata weren’t in the match day squad as their Bandari FC side defeated Sofapaka FC 1-0 at home.

In the Swedish Supprettan, forward Alexis Bbakka returned from Injury as a 75th minute substitute for Raaholt as his Umea FC side drew goalless against Vasteras FC.

In the Czech Republic second division, Isaac Muleme played full time as his Zizkov side lost lost 2-0 at home to Dukla Prague.

Muleme played full time despite Zizkov lost is the Czech Republic second division

In DRC, Joseph Ochaya played full time as his TP Mazembe side beat Sanga Belende 2-0.

In the Estonia Meistrilliga, Edrisa Lubega wasn’t in the match day squad as his Paide Linameskond side was crushed 7-1 at home to Flora.

In the Turkish Premier League, Miya Faruku came on in the 46th minute for Hadziahmetovic as his Konyaspor FC side lost 1-0 at Alanyaspor.

In the Danish Premier League, Robert Kakeeto came on in the 86th minute as his Aalborg FC drew 1-1 at defending champions Midtjylland.

Elsewhere, Moses Opondo was introduced in the 22nd minute as his Odense FC side lost 2-1 at Randers FC.

In the South African PSL, Denis Onyango kept a clean sheet as his Mamelodi Sundowns side beat Stellenbosch 3-0 at home.

Moses Waiswa was an unused substitute as his Supersport United side beat Maritzburg United 2-1 on the road.

In the English Championship, Karl Mubiru Ikepeauzi wasn’t in the match day squad due to injury as his drew 1-1 at Derby County.

In the English League 2, Elvis Bwomono played full time as his Southend United side lost 3-0 at Bolton.

In Zambia, Paul Musamaali wasn’t in the match day squad as his Buidcon FC side lost 2-1 at home to Lumwana Radiant.

In the Portuguese Segunda, Alex Kakuba was an unused substitute as his CD Cova Piedade drew 0-0 at home to Feirense.

In the Scotish League cup, Bevis Mugabi player full time as his Motherwell FC side lost 2-1 at home to St. Johnstone.

In the Algerian Premier League, Allan Okello didn’t feature as his Paradou AC side drew 1-1 at Relizane.

In Israel, Luwagga Kizito played full time upfront as his Hapoel Kfar Saba lost 3-0 on the road to Maccabi Tel Aviv.

Meanwhile Timothy Awany played full time while Bayo Fahad was substituted in the 71st minute as their Ashdod FC side lost 1-0 at Sakhnin.

CAF Champions League.

Custodian Salim Jamal was an unused substitute as his Al Hilal Omdurman side beat Vipers SC 1-0 on the road in the first leg.

Elkana Nkuggwa didn’t feature as his club Mogadishu City FC lost 2-0 in Nigeria against Sonidep.

Custodian Mathias Kigonya played full time as his Forest Rangers side drew 0-0 at home to Gabon’s Bouenguidi in the first leg.

Allan Brian Kizza played full time as his Le Messager Ngozi drew 0-0 at Swaziland’s Young Bufaloes. Defender Steven Mugisha wasn’t in the match day squad.

CAF Confederation Cup.

Defender Joseph Othieno played full time as his Musongati FC drew 2-2 at home against Zambia’s Green Eagles.

Lawrence Nduga was introduced in the second half as his Orapa United beat Rwanda’s AS Kigali 2-1 at home.

Coach Alex Isabirye was on the touchline as his Somalian side Horseed FC lost 4-1 at Libya’s Al Ittihad.

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