Diaspora: Miya wins penalty, Ritah Kivumbi on target – how Ugandan professional fared over the weekend


In today’s diaspora, we take a look at how Ugandan professionals fared over the weekend with Farouk Miya winning a penalty for Konyapor who beat Beskitas, Ritah Kivumbi getting on target, and Isaac Muleme not featuring in the matchday squad – Kamardin Shero writes.

In Turkey, Farouk Miya came on in the 67th minute and won a penalty for his side in the 81st minute as Konyaspor outclassed Beskitas FC 4-1 at the Konya Metropolitan stadium.

In Sweden, Isaak Ssewankambo played full-time while Ronald Mukiibi didn’t make the matchday squad as their Ostersunds FK side managed a narrow 1-0 win against Helsingborg in the Swedish Allsvenskan.

Alexis Bbaka played 89 minutes as his Omeä FC side lost 3-0 to AFC Eskilstuna in the Swedish Superettan.

Tito Nehema was involved in 2 of 3 Stromberg goals as they defeated Torpedo Kamr 3-2 in the final game of Division 7 Uppland Norra season. The youngster assisted and found the back of the net to guide his side to Division 6 promotion.

Patrick Mulyanti featured for 81 minutes as his IFK Amal side suffered a 5-0 loss against Ahlafors IFK in the Swedish Division 2.

Ritah Kivumbi was on target as her Mallbacken IF side claimed a 2-1 win over Sunana W in the Swedish Elitettan.

In Denmark, Robert Kakeeto was an unused substitute as his AaB Aalborg side lost 3-1 to SønderjyskE in the Danish Superliga.

Moses Opondo featured for 64 minutes as his Odense Boldkub side suffered a 4-2 defeat at the hands of Aarhus GF.

In the Czech Republic,  Isaac Muleme never made the Matchday squad as his Viktoria Zizkov side returned to winning ways with a 2-1 win over Blansko FK in the Czech National Football league.

In Estonia, Edrisa Lubega was brought on in the 44th minute as his Paide Linnameskond side claimed a 4-1 win over Tallinna Kalev in the Estonian Meistriliiga.

In England, Ikpeazu Mubiru Uche didn’t make the Matchday squad as his Wycombe Wanderers lost 2-0 to Swansea City in the English Championship.

Elvis Bwomono featured for 90 minutes as his side, Southend FC lost 2-1 to Morecambe in the English League Two.

In Scotland, Bevis Mugabi played full-time as Motherwell FC lost 3-1 to Rangers FC In the Scottish Premiership.

In Tanzania, Nicholas Wadada featured for 90 minutes as Azam FC side defeated Tanzania Prisons 1-0 in the Vodacom Tanzanian Premier League.

Boban Zirintusa was stretchered off in the 36th minute as his Mtibwa Sugar FC side lost 1-0 to Yanga SC.

In Egypt, Khalid Aucho started and played 90 minutes as El Makkasa secured a 1-0 win over Al Mokawloon in the Egyptian Premier League.

In Egypt, Allan Kyambadde was introduced on in the 32nd minute for defender Basem Ali as El Gouna narrowly lost 4-3 to Zamalek SC.

In Vietnam, Moses Oloya featured for 90 minutes as his Hanoi FC side played out to a 2-all draw with BHTS Quang Nam in the V.League1 while Joseph Mpande also featured full-time as his Hai Phong FC side lost 1-0 to Da Bang.

In France, Dereck Kuteesa came on in the 65th minute as his side, Reims FC lost 2-0 to the defending champions, PSG in the French Ligue 1.

Yet to play

In Egypt, Ugandan forward Derrick Nsibambi, who featured in his side Smouha goalless draw against Wadi Degla yesterday as a second-half substitute is expected to gain more playing time on Monday when they take on Haras El Hodoud at 4 pm.

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