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Diaspora: Kivumbi starts, Nakirya assists – how Ugandan players abroad fared over the weekend

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It’s an international break where most of the leagues are off to enable players to take part in the international engagements with their respective countries. But, a handful of club football action continue and we are delighted that Ugandans’ clubs were involved – Here’s how Ugandan professionals fared over the weekend.

In Sweden, Ritah Kivumbi started and played the halftime as her Mallbacken IF suffered a 3-1 loss to Jitex Mölndal BK in the Swedish Elitettan.

Viola Nambi featured for 87 minutes and helped her Växjö DFF side claim a 1-0 away victory against Rosengård in the Swedish Damallsvenskan.

Mukisa Kenneth Mbayo was absent from the matchday squad as Team TG FF lost 1-0 to IF Brommapojkarna in the Swedish Division 3.

In England, Elvis Bwomono who is with the Uganda Cranes team, was absent as his Southend United FC side claimed a 1-0 win over 10-men Walsall in the English league two.

In the USA, Joanne Nakirya featured and provided an assist for Kelsey Henry as her MACU wrapped up their 2020 fall season with a 3-0 win over Southwestern Assembly of God in the NCCAA National Championships.

In the Czech Republic, Isaac Muleme came on in the 60th minute and got a yellow card as his Viktoria Zizkov side lost 2-0 at home to Fotbal Třinec in the Czech National Football league.

In Portugal, Alex Kakuba came on in 83rd minute as his side, Cova de Piedade suffered a humiliating 5-1 loss to Estoril Praia In the Portuguese LigaPro.

In Scotland, 3 weeks after injury setback, Bevis Mugabi returned to individual training for Motherwell on Thursday ahead of their Scottish Premiership clash next weekend against St.Johnson.

 


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