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By Kevin Kibuuka Uganda Cranes gaffer Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic has tasked the newly summoned players to prove their worth in order to make the cut for the final squad. In his aassessment Micho said the three England based players were added to the team after having a splendid season at their respective clubs. The three players are Ibra Sekajja (Dulwich Harmlet FC),Odokonyero Nathan and Tyrhys Luknyomoi (AFC Port Chester). The Serbian tactician said the trio will be assessed together with the players already in camp for inclusion in the final squad for the forthcoming 2023 TotalEnergies Africa Cup of Nations Qualifiers.…

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By Kevin Kibuuka Uganda Cranes gaffer Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic has made 3 additions to his squad for the African Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifiers. The three summoned players are all strikers plying their trade in the United Kingdom including 22 year old Tyrhys Lukonyomoi (AFC Portchester), 29 year old Ibra Ssekajja (Dulwitch Hamlet), and 19 year old Nathan Odonkonyero (Bognor Regis). According to FUFA spokesperson, Ahmed Hussein the players are to train with club to extend options to Micho and his staff. Tyrhys Lukonyomoi Hussein also hinted that if the trio exhibit the right qualities and potential they may earn…

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By Kevin Kibuuka Fresh from obtaining his FIFA Diploma in Club Management last week. United Kingdom based Ugandan football administrator, Ivan Kakembo shared insights on how local football outfits can develop into sustainable franchises. Kakembo who is currently living in the United Kingdom revealed its time to represent Uganda beyond her borders. He also noted that he is currently extending consultancy services for both Ugandan and International clubs. The administrator hopes to share his vast football knowledge to elevate the beautiful game in Uganda. “If we are to change the image of the game, we to need to start with…

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By Kevin Kibuuka England born striker, Tyrhys Lukonyomoi has pledged his allegiance to represent Uganda at the National level. The 6’2 towering forward has chosen Uganda over England and Nigeria. The 21 year old forward has been racking up stellar performances for Wessex League Premier Division  side AFC Portchester and University of Portsmouth since 2021. His performances saw him earn the Player of the Year (POTY) 2021. Lukonyomoi boasts of 49 goals and 20 assists across 29 games. Due to his physique and versatility he has received tremendous game time, playing as a striker, on the flanks and as an…

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Kakembo has been at the helm of Uganda’s Premier League sides in the past including SC Villa, URA FC and Nyamityobora where he executed bold changes owing to his vast football knowledge. Uganda Youth Soccer Academy (UYSA) Director, Ivan Kakembo is set to graduate with a Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) Diploma in club management in May, 2022. The graduation follows the successful completion of all requirements to graduate from the FIFA Diploma in Club Management. With 31 participants across the globe set to graduate. Kakembo is the only Ugandan and one of four Africans that were admitted for…

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