The Cranes' skipper is the major hope of the team as the AFCON tournament begins.
Massa Believes Goals Will Continue to Come Regularly
Monitor, 11 January 2017
Even after he scored in the friendly match against Slovakia on Sunday in Dubai, the pressure is still mounting on Uganda Cranes skipper Geoffrey Massa to net more regularly. Read more »
Geoffrey Massa celebrates scoring a goal (file photo).
Adraa Tips Micho On How to Get the Best Out of Shaban
Monitor, 10 January 2017
There is a high likelihood that Onduparaka starlet Muhammad Shaban will feature prominently in Uganda Cranes coach Micho Sredojevic's Afcon plans. Read more »
Massa's Back As Uganda Cranes Tame Slovakia
Independent (Kampala), 8 January 2017
Captain Geoffrey Massa found the net for Cranes for the first time in over a year as Uganda, ranked 72nd in the world, tamed European side Slovakia (FIFA 25th) in an international… Read more »
The team's confidence was bruised by Tunisia but gained back after defeating Slovakia 3-1, now the squad plans to tackle the African giants in their series of friendly matches ... Read more »
Massa's Star Continues to Nosedive
Monitor, 20 November 2016
His receding hairline belied an exuberance that only youth could illuminate. Not that you would catch a proper glimpse of it in the dimly lit Mandela National Stadium. Geoffrey… Read more »
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