BeezSports International

Logged In: None

Login | Sign Up

Date: 26 March 2019

  Eastern African - Soccer

Kenya Premier Soccer League: 2013
:: Standings
Kenya Premier Soccer League: 2012
:: Standings
Uganda (Bell Lager) Super League: 2011-2012
:: Standings
Kenya Premier Soccer League: 2011
:: Standings

News Headlines

10 men Uganda Kobs crush Tanzania in All_Africa qualifiers

[Posted 02 May 2011]
[By Charles Malingha]
10 men Uganda Kobs crush Tanzania in All_Africa qualifiers

Uganda's Under 23 team, the Kobs advanced to next round of the Zone five region for the All-Africa Games due in September in Maputo, Mozambique after crushing Tanzania’s Manyara Stars 3-1 at Tanzanian National Stadium in Dar es Salaam.

The Kobs' victory is the latest in a series of positive results Ugandan national teams secured over their rivals in the East and Central region in recent times.

URA’s goal machine "Diego" Hamis Kiiza netted twice and Bunamwaya star Saddam Juma sealed the Kobs Victory away from home at the 60000 seater Stadium, which was filled to capacity.

That result meant that Kobs progressed 5-2 on aggregate, and will face Kenya in the final qualification round of Africa’s multisport event referred to as the continent’s version of the Olympic Games.

The Kobs and Tanzania Simba F.C striker Emmanuel Okwi failed to convert a 24 minute penalty after a box foul to on form Diego, denying the Kobs a fourh goal.

Proline defender Ivan Bukenya was suspende in the 19th minute due to rough tackles and excessive force he imposed on to Tanzanian striker Makasi Samala and hence obtaining a red card and a penalty.

However, despite holding a 4-1 first leg lead, Eritrea failed to travel for the return leg yesterday in Nairobi. After the senior team Cranes edged Kenya for a slot at the Africa Nations Championship last year - that result came on the back of a couple of dominant performances in Cecafa over the Harambee Stars, Kobs will boast a physchological advantage over their neighbours.

Cranes are also top of group J in the Africa Nations Cup qualifiers with 7 points, three better than second placed Kenya.

"This side has what it takes to reach Maputo," said coach George Ssemwogerere after the match.

 "It’s a balanced side with lots of maturity at a tender age,"  Ssemwogerere added.

The decision to include league leading scorer Hamis Kiiza has proved a masterstroke. The URA striker grabbed three goals over the two legs and proved hot to handle for the Tanzanians.

Midfielder Owen Kasule, Mike Mutyaba, full back Godfrey Walusimbi and striker Emma Okwi have also proved key additions.

Even without Vietnam-based Moses Oloya’s craft, Kobs comf


AFCON 2013
Live Coverage
::To be Advised (as Games come)

Useful Links
:: Sports Discussions
:: Soccer News Archives
:: Zimbabwe Warriors
:: Affiliates (Reporters)
:: Suggestion Box
:: Soccer Regulations
:: Other Soccer News
:: Sports Academies

Follow Us on Twitter


To ADVERTISE, email to "sales at beezsports dot com"

Disclaimer | Affiliates | Soccer Regulations | Suggestion Box | Sports Academies |© Copyright 2010-2011 BeezSports International