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July 17, 2024

Ugandans playing abroad: Aucho Khalid played full-time for Yanga SC in a 2-1 win over Simba. 

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Aucho Khalid dribbles past a simba SC player in the Community Shield game on Saturday Photo credit: courtesy

Over the weekend, many Ugandans plying their trade football abroad were in action for their teams and this is how they performed.

In Tanzania, Uganda cranes assistant captain, Khalid Aucho played full-time for Yanga SC as they defeated Simba SC 2-1 to win the Community Shield and they are now back-to-back champions.

In South Africa’s DStv premiership, Jamal Salim played full time and kept his 3rd consecutive clean sheet as his Richards Bay FC claimed a 1-0 win over Sekhukhune.

Goalkeeper, Salim Jamal commands his players during the match against Sekhukhune

Denis Onyango was an unused substitute as his Mamelodi Sundowns claimed a 4-0 win over Kaizer chiefs.

In Scotland, Bevis Mugabi played full-time as his MotherWell FC claimed a 3-2 win over Aberdeen in the Scottish premiership.

In Turkey, Miya Farouk featured for 90 minutes as his Rizespor drew 1-1 with Keciorengucu.

In the USA, Steven Sserwadda played 57 minutes as his New York Red Bulls II lost 3-1 to Charleston in the USL championship.

Aziz Kayondo played full time and got a yellow card in the 39th minute as his Real Monarchs lost 4-0 to North Texas in MLS next pro.

In Azerbaijan, William Kizito Luwagga played full time as his Sabail lost 1-0 to Turan.

In England, Jordan Obita played 86 minutes as his Wycombe Wanderers lost 2-1 to Shrewsbury in league one.

Odonkonyero Nathan started on the bench as his Bognor Regis Town FC claimed a 1-0 win over Hornchurch in the Isthmian League Premier Division.

In the Vietnam league, Kizito baba featured for Nam Dinh as they lost 1-0 to Song I am Nghe An.

In Serbia Prva league, Pius Obuya featured for Sremska Mitrovica as they drew 1-1 with FK Indjija.

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