In the world of sports, clashes aren't always
confined to the field; sometimes, they spill over into the realm of words and
Such is the case with Vipers SC, a prominent
football club, and NBS Sports TV, a well-known sports broadcasting platform.
The recent exchange of verbal jabs between
these two entities has stirred up attention and curiosity within the Ugandan
The tension between Vipers SC and NBS Sports
TV reached a boiling point when NBS Sports TV took to X(formerly Twitter) to participate in online barter.
began with a controversial statement made by the media house, sarcastically
alleging that the football club is unbeaten in the league this year.
Vipers SC, not one to back down, swiftly
responded with a counterstatement. According to the sports club, NBS Sport TV
“Over years has failed to establish themselves as a respectable media house.
Your level of clout chasing has gone too far”.
As the war of words intensified, fans and
followers of both Vipers SC and NBS Sports TV found themselves caught in the
X(Twitter) became the battleground for
supporters of each side, with heated debates and discussions dominating online
Hashtags related to the feud was the only
missing trend, this would help further fuel the flames of this verbal conflict.
Sports TV, is yet to respond.
The ongoing war of words between Vipers SC and
NBS Sports TV highlights the delicate relationship between sports teams and the
Both entities play crucial roles in shaping
public perception, and their ability to coexist peacefully is integral to maintaining
a healthy sports ecosystem.
As the verbal sparring continues, it remains
to be seen whether these two adversaries can find common ground or if their
dispute will have lasting implications for the sports community and the way it
Meanwhile, Vipers will taste the waters on new
coach Charles Livingstone Mbabazi as they host NEC FC at St Mary’s Stadium,
Kitende on Wednesday.
The Venoms are coming off a three-game winless
streak, including one draw and two consecutive losses.
After a 1-1 draw with Maroons FC, they
suffered defeats of 3-2 and 2-0 against BUL FC and Express FC, respectively.