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Posted by: | Posted on: January 6, 2020

Bandari lose in Guinea, count on away goals

first_img0Shares0000Bandari FC midfielder Abdalla Hassan celebrating after pulling one back for the Dockers away in Guinea against Horoya in the first leg of the CAF Confederation Cup playoff. Photo/BANDARI TWITTERNAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 27 – Bandari FC went down 4-2 away to Guinean side Horoya FC in the first leg of the CAF Confederation Cup playoff match staged in Conakry on Sunday.Bandari, the Football Kenya Federation Shield champions, got their vital away goals from midfielder Abdallah Hassan and William Wadri. The hosts, who opened the account in the first minute of the game received their goals from Aristide Bance who notched a hat-trick while Dramane Nikiema netted the other goal to complete the rout.The Kenyan side under the tutelage of Bernard Mwalala, will be hoping to make their away goals count when they host the Guinean side in a fortnight at the Kasarani Stadium for them to reach the group stage for the first time ever.Even before Bandari could settle in the game, they found themselves on the receiving end after Burkina Faso striker Bance broke the deadlock.The Dockers surged forward to search for the equalizer and away goal with Yema Mwamba and Hassan partnering well but the Horoya keeper punched the ball for the home team to launch a counter attack.Horoya doubled the lead in the 10th minute through a set-piece when Nikiema also from Burkina Faso rose high to not home past the Bandari custodian.Bandari FC attacking midfielder David King’atua in action against Horoya FC in their CAF Confederation match away match in Guinea. Photo/BANDARI TWITTERMwamba could have pulled one back for the visitors when he unleashed a thunderous strike but he was denied by the keeper who punched away the ball with the rebound finding Wadri but the keeper was alert to compete his double save.However, Horoya, soaked in pressure to bring Bandari back in the game courtesy of Hassan’s goal after he connected home a Darius Msagha fine cross in the 25th minute.Mwalala’s charged were not yet done as the goal motivated them to level the scores heading to the interval sharing spoils.Sammy Meja brought in a cross for midfielder Collins Agade to set-up Mwamba who made no mistake as he squeezed the ball in the left corner.On resumption, Bandari found themselves chasing the game once again after Bance made a lovely turn to strike past the Bandari keeper and grab a brace in the 55th minute.He was at it again eight minutes later to complete a hat-trick and take the match ball home after powerfully heading home from a pin-point cross to seal the win.0Shares0000(Visited 209 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Posted by: | Posted on: December 26, 2019

Joe Hart played cricket while England were beating Sweden at the World Cup

first_imgThe goalkeeper, who has 75 caps for his country, turned out for Shrewsbury in their Birmingham League Premier Division match against Knowle and Dorridge.However, he had a bit of a nightmare at the crease.The 31-year-old batted at number nine in the order for his local side, but was dismissed for just six.However, he did show off his handling skills as he made a catch to dismiss Ethan Brookes, although it was not enough as his side lost by a wicket. Prior to his footballing days, Hart played cricket at a decent standard and could have played for Worcestershire after spending two years in the academy!The Manchester City goalkeeper has endured a difficult few years.He has won 75 caps for England and was their number one at the last World Cup and the 2016 European Championship.But, despite playing a part in England’s qualification for this summer’s tournament, he was was omitted by manager Gareth Southgate from the 23-man squad.Jordan Pickford has got the nod between the sticks, with Jack Butland and Nick Pope as his back-ups, and has repaid Southgate with some starring performances.He made three incredible saves during the quarter-final clash in Samara which had fans comparing him to Manchester United star David De Gea.England won the game in Samara 2-0 thanks to goals from Dele Alli and Harry Maguire.They will now face Croatia on Wednesday for a place in the final on July 15.talkSPORT will bring you live commentary of England v Croatia on Wednesday, kick-off 7pm 2 2center_img Football may well be coming home, but Joe Hart has been there all summer long.After being left out of England’s World Cup squad, Hart decided to try his hand at cricket on Saturday – while the Three Lions were in quarter-final action against Sweden. Hart was playing for local side Shrewsbury during England’s win over Sweden last_img read more

Posted by: | Posted on: December 22, 2019

Wakiso Giants FC sign midfielder Sebuguzi from Kampala University

first_imgSebuguzi (right) poses for a picture with Wakiso Giants’ head coach Kefa Kisala (left), on Thursday, July 11th-2019. (PHOTO/Courtesy)KAMPALA – Wakiso Giants continued their offseason spending on Thursday as they completed the signing of another player.The player in question is Ivan Sebuguzi who is a student at Kampala University.Sebuguzi’s capture was announced via the club’s official website and Social Media accounts.Let’s all stand up and welcome a new #PurpleSharkIvan Ssebuguzi joins us on a three year deal from Kampala University.He plays as a central midfielder and is officially our third new signing #PreSeason #PrideOfWakiso#WeArePurpleSharks pic.twitter.com/fA70sstkf0— Wakiso Giants FC (@WakisoGiantsFC) July 11, 2019“We are delighted to announce that the club has acquired the services of Ivan Sebuguzi from Kampala University. Read a statement on Wakiso Giants official website.Sebuguzi is understood to have signed a three-year deal with the purple Sharks that will see him feature for them at least until 2022.Moments after signing for Wakiso, the 19-year-old described the move as a ‘dream’.“It’s a dream come true, Sebuguzi noted.“I have always wanted to play in the Uganda Premier League and when a chance came from Wakiso Giants, I didn’t have to look elsewhere.“They are a young club with big ambitions and will probably help me grow my career.“The professionalism and working environment have made me feel at home already and I can’t wait for the season to get started.Sebuguzi becomes the third signing for Wakiso this offseason, following the capture of Derrick Emukule from Ndejje University and free-agent Aggrey Madoi.When as about their new signing, Wakiso Giants head coach, Kefa Kisala was full of praise for Subuguzi.“He is a player with a lot of potential and we believe he fits into our philosophy, said Kisala.“He is young, energetic and willing to learn and will be a good mixture with the experienced personnel we already have in the position.Wakiso Giants are preparing to take part in their first ever StarTimes Uganda Premier League season after they were promoted form the Big League this year.Comments Tags: Aggrey MadoiDerrick Emukulefufa big leagueIvan Sebuguzikefa kisalaStarTimes Uganda Premier LeaguetopWakiso Giantslast_img read more