Magogo spits a venom-filled message to the Cranes – What have they put on the table? They went there and played shitty football

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Uganda FUFA president Eng. Moses Magogo sourly bitter with the country’s official football team, the Uganda Cranes, claims they played amateurish and shitty football yet they keep demanding for money.

During a press briefing aired on a local television station, FUFA president was livid with the National team as in his own teams, they played shitty football that certainly was unbecoming of them.

His anger surpassed his ability to tame his diction as he uttered words such as “shitty” in retaliation for the Cranes’ play and adding salt to injury, he mocked the Cranes saying they will later return home and demand for a paycheck that is undeserving for their unfruitful input.

“Abo abasambi mu CHAN basamba bi kii?, What did they play?, When you demand for money, what have you put on the table? They went there and played shitty football and they come back, Okay?, Mubanjaki, Mwakola kii?” roared and unbelievably angry Magogo.

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This outburst was triggered due to Ugandas’ 1 – 0 loss to Malawi in the final qualifiers for the 2021 AFCON. This gave Malawi a final go into going group B of the qualifiers while Uganda missed out due to her previous draw in home capital, Kampala.

This is not the first time the team is being ridiculed as the public has always come up to condemn the Cranes’ performance. However, sports critic Nambi Sharifa believes Magogo only embarrassed himself because the team’s poor performance can only be subject of poor governance under his government as President of FUFA.

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