Uganda will now face either Senegal or Kenya in the last 16 of this maiden 24-team Nations Cup tournament after finishing second in a group that included hosts Egypt, DR Congo and Zimbabwe.
Uganda's Cranes Through at AFCON Despite Falling to Egypt
Monitor, 30 June 2019
Uganda will now face either Senegal or Kenya in the last 16 of this maiden 24-team Nations Cup tournament after finishing second in a group that included hosts Egypt, DRC and… Read more »
Uganda Cranes coach Sébastien Desabre.
No Minnows in AFCON
When a decision was made to swell participating countries at African football's showpiece tournament from 16 to 24, positive reviews were unsurprisingly sparse. Read more »
AFCON 2019 - the Journey So Far
Ghanaian Times, 29 June 2019
THE 32nd edition of the Confederation of Africa Football (CAF) Cup of Nations is underway in Egypt with the first round of group stages concluded after the game between Ghana and… Read more »
Uganda kick-started their 2019 Africa Cup of Nations campaign with a stunning 2-0 win over Democratic Republic of Congo in a thrilling Group A match at the Cairo International ... Read more »
A nightmarish performance by stand-in goalkeeper Elvis Chipezeze dominated a horror show for the Warriors as they crashed out of the 2019 AFCON, writes Robson Sharuko in The ... Read more »
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