He's keen on securing an ITC clearance for Congolese born striker John Mwendu
Following their disappointing 0-0 home draw against newly promoted Mbarara City in gameweek one of the Uganda Premier League, BUL FC head coach Kefa Kisala has now embarked of securing an ITC clearance for Congolese born striker John Mwendu.
BUL FC travel to St Mary's Stadium to face Vipers SC after which they face neighbours Kirinya Jinja SS and after seeing plenty of scoring opportunities going to waste against Mbarara, Kisala wants Mwendu’s future sorted out quickly.
“At first I thought that new striker Richard Wandyaka would complement well with Shaka Ssozi but they were so nervous against an inferior opponent. I now hope that the issues of the ITC for Mwindo are settled earlier than the next match so that we can have a balanced squad. I even feel that we need to rotate the full backs so that we can attack in numbers” Kisala said.
He also hopes to see left back Hassan Musana replaced by club captain Hakim Magombe and Fred Agandu to pave way for the club's first choice right back Umaru Mukobe.
Veteran striker Patrick Asiku is yet to feature for BUL this season. Asiku is the club's all-time league top goal scorer with 19 goals he netted before his departure to Soana FC two seasons back.