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Bonk-mates FUFA boss Magogo, Speaker Anitah Among grab headlines from Crested Cranes at CECAFA Women’s final

A final trophy presentation is supposed to be a moment for the players to savour their hard earned victory and to have their moment.

This is supposed to be the norm if the FUFA president is not Eng Moses Magogo and the speaker of Parliament, not Rt. Hon. Anita Among Annet!

The two are rumoured to be in a relationship and the pair use every available opportunity to rub it in our faces. As the Uganda Crested Cranes celebrated the CECAFA Women’s Championship crown at FUFA technical centre, Njeru where they outwitted Burundi 3-1, Mr Magogo and his new sweetheart seized the moment and grabbed it from the players and took centre stage.

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This was in pure disregard of the fact that it is the players themselves who are the stars of the trophy presentation and should take centre stage.

After handing over the trophy to the players, dignitaries like Mr Magogo and his sweetheart Anita are supposed to step aside and let players have their moment. They are the stars of the show, not a moment for politicians in suits clapping enthusiastically like Magogo, Anita and Ms Nakiwala Kiyingi did.

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Their position in this key moment of celebration is purely awkward and casts the real stars of the show in the shadow.

Even in Europe, the manager and his junior coaches join in later or stand in the background. The players in uniform own this moment, not anyone else.

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Uganda Crested Cranes clinched the CECAFA crow after winning all their games, thrashing teams such as Djibouti, Rwanda, Ethiopia and Burundi, easing past them with scintillating football.