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Former Express player Kirumira urges patience

By Isaac Manzi

Added 17th August 2016 05:04 PM

Kirumira thanked the deputy coach Wasswa Bbosa for the work he has done for the club

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Express' new signing goalkeeper Ivan Mutumba juggles balls at his unveiling at Wankulukuku. Photo by Mpalanyi Ssentongo

Kirumira thanked the deputy coach Wasswa Bbosa for the work he has done for the club

Former Express FC player Richard Kirumira has urged the club’s players to aim for the future and be patient in all they are doing.

Kirumira who is based in the USA donated equipment to the club at the club’s unveiling ceremony at Wankulukuku.

“As any other team alumnus, I feel great when I’m at the Express stadium. I urge you players to be patient even you are not paid in time just focus on producing results” Kirumira said.

“By the time I was playing for Express, we used to spend 9 months without pay, but we continued our football careers” he stated.

Kirumira who also once played for Uganda Cranes thanked the deputy coach Wasswa Bbosa for the tenacious work he has done for the club most especially in building the team.

As the Uganda Premier League kicks off this Friday, Express FC will play its first three games against  Lweza, Proline and Arua side Onduparaka.

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