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Kisaala challenges BUL's new signings
Publish Date: Aug 24, 2014
Kisaala challenges BUL's new signings
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By Bruno Mugooda in Jinja

BUL FC 6 St Jude 0

FOLLOWING their impressive pre-season performance that has seen them help BUL FC  record 6 wins in their last 6 friendly matches including Friday's 6-0 thumping over Eastern region side St Jude at Kakindu stadium, BUL FC ‘s Kefa Kisaala has called on the club’s 9 new signings to make a massive impact ahead of the club’s assault on domestic trophies. 

 

The club officially announced 9 new players, 8 of which signed two year contracts each ahead of next month's Super League season that begins against Entebbe Young FC.

 

‘’We have had several trainings sessions and match trials against many teams and I believe all the new signings will bring positive results that will help us challenge for any domestic trophies. 

 

Much as we made a steady climb from 7th to 6th in the previous seasons, we feel we have recruited enough talent that will enable us put up a stiff challenge, so the fans have to give us more support,” said Kisaala.

 

Following the renewal of new contracts to some of last season's impressive players, the Kakindu based side signed midfielders Hakim Ssempala, Farouk Osama both from URA FC and Simba FC's Ivan Mbowa, defenders Johnson Alumansi (SC Villa) and Umar Makoba (Wama FC) and strikers Milton Kaliisa (JMC Hippos), Davis Kamoga (URA FC), Ivan Lubaale (CRO FC) and veteran Yusuf Kinene from Entebbe Young  FC.

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