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SC Villa appoints Mike Mutebi as new coach

Former KCC and Uganda Cranes coach Mike Mutebi has this Monday morning been unveiled as the new SC Villa manager.

Mutebi replaces Serbian Srdjan Zivojnov who quit last month. The 41-year-old Mutebi has penned a three-year renewable contract worth Shs120m per year.


Uganda Cranes tackle Warriors

Cranes coach Bobby Williamson has already made it clear to his men he will waive the axe if they show the same laxity as in the 1-0 Tusker Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup loss to Burundi last week.


Akaho keeps OPBF 115lb belt

WBA #10 unbeaten Ryo Akaho (17-0-2, 11 KOs), 114.75, kept his OPBF super-fly belt as he showed a lackluster performance in earlier rounds but picked up his pace thereafter to batter busy-punching but less powerful compatriot Toyoto Shiraishi (21-6-1, 10 KOs), 115, to halt him at 1:24 of the ninth round on Saturday in Tokyo, Japan.


CECAFA: Mike Sserumagga's stunning shot earns Cranes a win over Zanzibar.

Uganda Cranes 2 - 1 Zanzibar

The Third placed 2010 Cecafa have upsetted the hosts Zanzibar at home in close to 1,000 fans but that did not stop Uganda Cranes to capatalize on their last two games played both in Morocco and Sudan which they won and both were away from home. Bobby Wiliamson the national team coach has promised Uganda Cranes  fans to put behind the AFCON 2012 upset aside and work together with a much younger team to prepare for the next Africa Cup and World Cup qualifiers.


Giants' Kiwanuka has matured since Young 'tackle' travesty

You do not want to see a picture of you allowing Vince Young to escape your clutches under the headline “Tackling Dummy,’’ but that’s the way it was for Mathias Kiwanuka on Nov. 27, 2006, the day after the Titans turned a 21-0 fourth-quarter deficit into a stunning 24-21 victory over the Giants in Nashville.


Fifa president Sepp Blatter clarifies racism comments

Fifa president Sepp Blatter has sought to clarify his comments on racism that have prompted calls for him to resign.

Blatter appeared to suggest on Wednesday that racial discrimination could be settled with a handshake.


McLaren want quick start to 2012, says Martin Whitmarsh

McLaren must not repeat the mistakes that blunted their 2011 title challenge next season, team boss Martin Whitmarsh has warned.

They struggled in testing and started the season behind eventual champions Red Bull, but have now won six races.

"We had a slow start this year," said Whitmarsh. "By the standards of McLaren this has not been a vintage year.


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