Category: International

Taddeo Lwanga departs

Taddeo Lwanga is leaving the club after coming to the end of his 2 year contract.  Lwanga joined us from SC Villa at the start of the 2017/18 season, during which time he established himself as an integral part of the team and proved to be one of the most technically-gifted players in the Uganda […]

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Club Statement: Technical team dissolved

Vipers Sports Club would like to announce that coach Michael Nam Ouma has left the club. The Club has also dissolved the technical department with immediate effect. Vipers Sports Club would like to thank Ouma and the technical team for the services rendered to the club and we wish them the best going forward. The […]

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Lumala pays courtesy call to Dr Mulindwa

Uganda Cranes player Abdul Lumala today paid a visit to his former school, St Mary’s Senior Secondary Boarding School – Kitende (SMASK) and met with our club President and school executive director Dr. Lawrence Mulindwa. Having made a big impact at the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations competition in Egypt, making his national team debut […]

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Vipers sets new standard

First we became Uganda’s first club to open a privately owned stadium of Caf standard. Now the Venoms have raised the bar. Today the club unveiled a State of the Art Gym facility to complete the third phase of Vipers’ re-development project. The latest facility was opened to the press by club president Dr Lawrence […]

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Taddeo Lwanga reflects on first Afcon of career

For 61 minutes, Zimbabwe had run rings around Uganda Cranes. Ovid Karuru, Knowledge Musona and the impeccable Khama Billiat were having a field day. Coach Sebastian Desabre had to react lest Uganda were headed for defeat. When he did, he called upon the services of Taddeo Lwanga. It was a surprising option for many. The […]

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AFCON: Taddeo Lwanga named in Cranes final squad

Cranes Fixtures June 22:- DR Congo v Uganda June 26:- Uganda v Zimbabwe June 30:- Egypt v Uganda  Vipers Captain Taddeo Lwanga is set to feature at his second Africa Cup of Nations after being named in Uganda’s final 23-man squad for this month’s tournament in Egypt.  The 25-year-old was part of the Cranes side that made it […]

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Vipers pair make Cranes travelling squad

Vipers Sports Club pair of Taddeo Lwanga and Moses Waiswa have been handed a golden opportunity to fight for places in Uganda Cranes’ squad for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt. According to the Uganda Cranes head coach Sebastian Desabre’s list released this morning, Lwanga and Waiswa are among the eleven midfielders who […]

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Four Venoms earn Uganda Cranes summons

Four players from Vipers Sports Club have earned a call to the senior Uganda national team.  The provisional list named on Tuesday morning is in line with Uganda Cranes preparations ahead of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt and the COSAFA Cup in South Africa  where Uganda was invited. Skipper Taddeo Lwanga, defender […]

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