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Vipers septet receive Uganda Under-17 call-ups

Vipers Junior Team has seven of it’s players summoned for National duty by head coach of the Uganda Under-17 National football team, Hamuza Lutalo. Lutalo named a squad of 52 youngsters to start preparations for the forthcoming Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) zonal qualifiers – Cecafa U-17 Challenge Cup to be hosted by Rwanda from […]

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Vipers quintet receive Hippos U-20 call-ups

Five youngsters from Vipers Sports Club have been named in Uganda U-20 (Hippos) provisional squad to begin preparations for the forthcoming Africa Cup of Nations zonal qualifiers. They include roving left back Aziz Kayondo, Bobosi Byaruhanga, Najib Yiga, Ivan Asaba and Richard Basangwa who make the 46 man squad summoned by head coach Morley Byekwaso. […]

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Sudanese Dhata signs four-year Vipers deal

Vipers Sports Club’s new season squad continues to take shape with yet another important addition in South Sudanese Joseph Dhata who has signed a four-year contract. The youthful right full back agreed terms with the Venoms after receiving his International Transfer Certificate (ITC) from the South Sudan Football Association (SSFA) and becomes the latest acquisition after […]

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League postponement gives Watambala extra training window

For the football faithful, the rescheduling of the StarTimes Uganda Premier League (SUPL) kickoff justifiably didn’t go down well. The new dates are tentatively set for November 2020 – thus after a ruling from the UPL Assembly on September 26 at Ridar Hotel, Seeta. But instead of mourning about the delayed action outcome, Vipers youngster […]

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20 years on, Vipers continue to grow and glow under Dr Mulindwa’s tutelage

Dr Lawrence Mulindwa’s 20 year reign at Vipers has shaped modern football. Football is a business which requires patience and endurance on top of huge investments before any fruitful results can be witnessed. In Uganda, many have treaded that path right from the day the game found its footing here up to the present time. […]

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Squad starts to take shape after mutual consent departures

Vipers Sports Club has confirmed various players who are leaving the club on mutual consent as Coach Fred Kajoba shapes his squad in readiness for the upcoming season. Leading the list of departures is midfielder Brian Nkuubi who has been at Kitende for five years establishing himself as a vital cog within the team before […]

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