“If you asked me as a young boy if I would have played for my country (Uganda Cranes), over fifty caps and lined up against some of the biggest national teams. I would have told you it was a fantasy. I am fortunate to have realized those dreams, however, I feel I have served the nation enough, and it's time for me to call it a day with Uganda Cranes”, reads the January 13th letter.
“We will continue to invest in Women Football. The feedback internationally and locally we have received for airing the Women Football live on Television has just encouraged us to continue,” Magogo briefly stated
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.
“We are aware of the irregularity raised by our Medical team in regard to the Covid-19 test results of Taddeo Lwanga. Two tests have returned different results. We have written to CAF about this matter raising the concerns,” said FUFA’s Communication Director, Ahmed Hussein.
“An automatic 6-month ban from all football related activities (Nationally & Internationally) to be served in the event that Kasingye commits any other specified unethical conduct against match officials or club officials or in case he fails to furnish proof of payment of the fine” FUFA added
State Minister in-charge of Sports, Charles Bakkabulindi has asked the Uganda Football body Fufa to involve the government when discussing issues of remuneration for the new national coach to be appointed.