Diaspora: How Ugandan pros fared over the weekend


This week, we are back with a summarised review of how Ugandan pros (professional players) fared over the week in their respective clubs.

In Turkey, Farouk Miya came on in the 57th minute and converted a penalty to help his Konyaspor side win 1-0 against Rizespor in the Turkish super league.

With this result, Konyaspor moves out of the relegation zone and now sits 14th on the 18-team log with 30 points garnered in 30 games.

In Estonia, Edrisa Lubega started and assisted in Paide FC’sbgr 4-0 win over Läänemaa FC in the Estonian Premium Liiga.

In Tanzania, Nicholas Wadada played full-time as his side Azam FC thrashed Singida Utd 7-0 in the Tanzania premier league.

Boban Ziritusa played 89 minutes as his Mtibwa Sugar drew 1-all with Alliance FC.

»Related: Turkish Super Lig: Farouk Miya’s Konyaspor falls to Besiktas

In the English Championship, Herbert Bockhorn never made the Matchday squad as Huddersfield FC drew 0-0 against Preston North End.

Jordan Obita also never made the squad as his Reading FC side thrashed Lutton Town 5-0.

In Denmark, Moses Opondo came on in the 57th minute as his side Odense Boldklub drew 1-all with Sønderjyske Fodbold in the Danish premier league.

Midfielder Robert Kakeeto started as his Aalborg side won 2-0 at home against Brondby IF.

In Sweden, Mukisa Kenneth never made the squad as his ThorenGruppen side lost 5-1 against Taby FC in the Swedish Superettan.

Isak Ssewankambo was on the scoresheèt as his Ostersunds FK side defeated Kalmar FF 1-2 on the road in the Swedish Allsvenskun


Kamardin Shero
Senior sports Editor at The Touchline Sports | Am down to earth person with a great heart of always wanting to assist where possible.

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