In his letter sent to the FUFA President, Moses Hassim Magogo on April 12th that Uganda Radio Network (URN) has seen, the South African based goalkeeper made it clear he stops playing for the national team starting today.
The legislator joins incumbent President Engineer Moses Magogo who recently announced his interest in coming for the same position come August 2021 however Sewanyana also argued the incumbent President of the Federation to step down and advised him never to appear on the ballot paper.
The player put an end on his footballing career after serving the Uganda Cranes for over 13 years and securing 75 caps in the National team jersey, in his statement he released, the player Said it has been honor to represent his country for thirteen years.
The competition that attracted athletes from Kenya and South Sudan saw Police producing five winners and several runners in both men and women competitions well as Prisons had five top performers of the day.
Uganda Rugby sevens Coach Tolbert Onyango appreciated the group his side was placed in however he said the boys led by Skipper Michael Wokorach are looking forward for a good performance despite devastating performance in first round
The first leg of the game had initially been scheduled to be played on Tuesday at 4 p.m. at Kavumba Recreation Grounds in Kampala, while the second leg would take place at Kabale Municipal Ground on Saturday afternoon.
The Federation recently asked Uganda Cranes gaffer Johnathan McKnistry to step down for the two remaining Afcon fixtures against Burkina Faso and Malawi as the technical team is evaluating the situation. According to Magogo, the FUFA technical team has sat and had evaluation of the status of the team, he adds on that the technical team will however need some time to make a final decision.
FUFA’s Communications Director, Ahmed Hussein, says that they agreed with UBC to carry the games to popularize the cup. He says that UBC will broadcast the first round of the 32 games and will keep upgrading at every level of the tournament as the discussions continue.
Emmanuel Musinguzi, the Chief Executive Officer, Kyetume FC, says that Mayanja has been working with the club as technical manager and is now switching roles. He will serve with Isabirye and the U17 head coach Jimmy Kimera under him.
John Bosco Kananura, the Mayor Katwe-Kabatoro town council says that they want to revamp the playground with the aim of boosting sporting activities in the area. He adds that the playfield is suitable for boasting tourism in the district.
The Emirates Invitational 7s was intended to provide a valuable high-performance opportunity for the participating teams in their preparations for the Olympic rugby sevens competition, which will take place from July 26 to July 31, 2021 at Tokyo Stadium.