End of the road for Wakiso Giants as Kyetume ejects them from Uganda Cup

first_imgWakiso Giants were featuring in their maiden season in the Stanbic Uganda Cup (Photo by Wakiso Giants Media)Stanbic Uganda Cup 2018/19Kyetume FC 0 (4) – 0 (1) Wakiso Giants Nakisunga Grounds, MukonoSunday, 10-03-2019MUKONO – For 17 competitive fixtures, Wakiso Giants had not lost a single game since their inception mid-last year.However, as fate would have it, they were defeated for the first time on Sunday, losing 4-1 to fellow Big League side-Kyetume, on penalties in the Stanbic Uganda Cup quarter finals after a 0-0 draw in 90 minutes.After ejecting Tooro United in the last round, Wakiso went into the game dreaming they can go all the way in their first season, but who does that anyway!In the all Big-League encounter played at the Nakisunga Grounds in Mukono, both sides played out a goalless draw after regulation time and like it is in the cup, penalty shoot-outs were to decide their fate.Having won their previous two encounter in the competition off a shoot-out, Ibrahim Kirya’s side were confident they could make it three times lucky but that was not the case.Earlier, Kirya had sent on Mamsoor Mutumba in place of Yasin Mugabi but the former Express FC custodian could not live up to the billing as Kyetume scored all their spot kicks with Denis Lubowa, Ibrahim Kazindula, Vincent Kayizi and Sande all striking the back of the net.Only Ivan Kiwewa converted for Wakiso but Clinton Kamugisha and James Kasibante failed miserably.Victory sees Kyetume join Bright Stars who required a Brian Kayanja goal to overcome Nebbi Central 1-0 on Saturday, in the semi finals.The remaining to quarter final games will be played on Monday and Tuesday.Express host Bul FC on Monday while Proline take on last year’s finalist Vipers, at the StarTimes Stadium in Lugogo, the following day.The Stanbic Uganda Cup quarter final results and fixtures.–Saturday, 09-03-2019 – Nebbi Central FC 0-1 Bright Stars FC.–Sunday, 10-03-2019 – Kyetume FC 0 (4)-0 (1) Wakiso Giants FC.–Monday, 11-03-2019 – Express FC vs Bul FC–Tuesday, 12-03-2019 – Proline FC vs Vipers SCComments Tags: Ibrahim Kiryakyetumestanbic uganda cupWakiso Giantslast_img read more

Graduates happy to seek fortune abroad

first_imgGreek graduates are more likely to consider moving abroad to find work than any of their European peers, according to the results of a survey released last week.In a poll of 196,000 young Europeans, 34.8 percent of Greeks said that they are open to the idea of going to another country to further their careers. This was the highest percentage of any of the 22 countries that took part in the Trendence Graduate Barometer for 2009.However, only four in 10 of the Greeks willing to move abroad would consider going to a country outside the European Union to find work. Just over 12 percent said they are not willing to leave their home town, while 13.5 percent said they would consider moving elsewhere in Greece.Greek graduates are also willing to work long hours in their first jobs. On average, they said they would be happy to work for 45.4 hours. The Swiss topped the list with 48.3. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more