The Observer (Kampala)

Uganda: Observer Locker - So What Next in Ugandan Football?

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The Cranes: Uganda's National Football team

With speculation that SuperSport could quit Ugandan football because of the warring factions, junkies have mixed emotions

Sebugwawo: How I wish rumours are true that SuperSport will quit Uganda...

Eupal: Don't be a sadist

Sebugwawo: That would send a good signal to all self seekers that serious corporate companies cannot work with jokers

Mugalu: But football would be the biggest loser

Sebugwawo: Of course...but it needs to be the loser before sanity is restored. SuperSport cannot allow their name to be dragged in mud.

Eupal: I fear for my good friend who won Tabira Endiba...the poor lad could be jobless

Mugalu: It could be a prank to hoodwink us because SuperSport has already committed to broadcast the Cecafa Cup

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