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Paidha Black Angles FC Target Return to Uganda Premier League

06 Jul 2020 · Bhakit Yahya, the club`s Chief executive officer says, they are using absence of active football to develop strategies of raising finances to attain their target of qualifying to Uganda premier league and retaining their position in the country`s top tier league. Yahya says they have embarked on writing a series of proposals seeking potential club sponsors and endorsements as an avenue of boosting the financial base of the club.

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Paidha Black Angles FC Target Return to Uganda Premier League FUFA Big League 1 2

Bhakit Yahya, the club`s Chief executive officer says, they are using absence of active football to develop strategies of raising finances to attain their target of qualifying to Uganda premier league and retaining their position in the country`s top tier league. Yahya says they have embarked on writing a series of proposals seeking potential club sponsors and endorsements as an avenue of boosting the financial base of the club.
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Total Africa Cup of Nations Moved to 2022 CAF 1 Top story

Ahmad Ahmad made it clear that the emergence of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic had caused lots of challenges that is why several changes have been made.
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Acholi Province Demands UGX 32m From FUFA 1 1

The money was one of the prizes that the club won after emerging champions of the second edition of the FUFA Drum in December 2019.
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NCS Issues Standard Operating Procedures for Sports Activities to Resume 2 1

World over, the sports industry is one of the areas that were greatly affected by the global outbreak of COVID-19 disease which saw several events, competitions, and activities canceled or postponed. However, there has been an urge to re-stage the events under strict guidelines following social distancing, regular checkups, and playing behind closed doors.
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Rugby Africa Cancels 2020 Season Competitions 1

The decision is an outcome of consultative online meetings held over the last two months, with federations and doctors concerning the health situation in a world paralyzed by COVID-19. Through the consultations, it emerged that the current bans on travel, public gatherings and sporting events across Africa mean it is unlikely competitions will start up again on the continent this year.
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Former Uganda Cranes Captain Jimmy Kirunda Dead 1

Kirunda was part of the side that reached the final of the 1978 Nations Cup, one of his prominent contributions to the national team. They had won the 1976 and 1977 the Council for East and Central Africa Football Associations (Cecafa) cup.