FIFA President Gianni Infantino in Rwanda on Friday inaugurating the FIFA Regional Development office-East Africa in Kigali.FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo joined other CECAFA region FA Presidents at the event.
Chris Mugalu’s second half penalty earned Tanzanian champions Simba SC a 1-0 victory over DR Congo’s AS Vita Club at the Stade de Martyrs on Friday, as the Wekundu wa Msimbazi began their Total CAF Champions League Group A campaign with a vital three points away from home.
The former St. Elloi Lupopo forward slotted home from the spot on the hour mark as Simba picked victory on a ground they conceded five when they last played in it two years ago.
Vita were guilty of lacking punch in the final third while Simba were rewarded for a second half push that saw them open up some scoring opportunities.
The home side was dominant in the opening half, though they couldn’t translate much of their possession to goal scoring opportunities. They had chances off set pieces, with two close one...
Catch them if you can. The Uganda U17 are on a double mission to defend the CECAFA Title and also play again at the AFCON Finals.
It was a perfect start to their mission as they had little mercy for neighbours Kenya in their opening match on Wednesday afternoon in Rubavu Rwanda of the CAF/CECAFA U17 Zonal Qualifiers for the 2021 Total AFCON U17 Finals- Morocco.
Uganda won 5-0 with goals scored by hat-trick hero Oscar Mawa, Travis Mutyaba and Ronald Madoi. The win hands Uganda a place in the semifinals while Kenya’s slim chances for progress to the next stage will be determined by the outcome of the final group B fixture between Uganda and Ethiopia on Friday 18th December 2020. Both Kenya and Ethiopia are tied on one (1) pint apiece but the former (Kenya) has completed its outings...