July 24, 2024

How Ugandan foreign-based players performed for their clubs. 

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Steven Sserwanda in action for his side New York Red Bulls in the MLS Photo credit: courtesy

Over the weekend, many Ugandan footballers abroad featured for their various clubs and we kept track of them.

In Rwanda Primus premier, Muzamiru Mutyaba was introduced in the second half and netted a goal in the 73rd minute as his Kiyovu sport claimed a 3-1 over Bugesera FC.

Nicholas Ssebwato featured in goal as his Mukura Victory Sport lost 1-0 to Gasogi united.

In English Isthmian Premier Division, Nathan Odokonyero played full time and netted a brace as his Bognor Regis Town claimed a 6-1 win over Aveley.

In English league one, Jordan Obita played full time and got a yellow in the 41st minute as his Wycombe Wanderers claimed a 3-0 win over Barnsley.

In South Africa’s DStv premiership, Jamal Salim Magoola played full time as his Richards Bay FC lost 1-0 to Kaizer chiefs.

In Zambia premier league, Alfred Leku made his league debut for Zesco United and netted a goal as they drew 1-1 with Prison Leopards.

In the Scottish premiership, Bevis Mugabi was an unused substitute as his Motherwell claimed a 1-0 win over Livingston.

In Major league soccer, Steven Sserwadda replaced Yearwood in the 75th minute as his New York Red Bulls drew 1-1 with Cincinnati.

In Tanzania NBC premier league, Khalid Aucho’s Yanga SC maintained its unbeaten run in a 2-0 win over Coastal union and he featured full time. Joseph Zziwa started on the bench for Coastal union.

Aucho Khalid in action for his side Yanga SC

Hamis Diego Kizza also started on the bench as his Kager Sugar lost 2-0 to Simba SC.

Derrick Kakooza was introduced in the 91st minute as his Valmiera 2 claimed a 4-3 win over Saldus. 

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