He was one of the few remnants of the team that guided BUL in promotion to the Uganda Premier League in 2011
After a largely unsuccessful full season at Sadolin, BUL FC has decided to hand midfielder Joshua Masene, 23, a trial with a possibility of resigning him.
With new head coach Frank 'Video' Anyau now taking the reins at the club, Masene was one of the several Jinja based players who were called up as part of a recruitment process taking place at the club's home ground at Kakindu Stadium every evening.
"I have come to see whether the coach can hand me another chance to rebuilding my career" said Masene.
He was one of the few remnants of the team that guided BUL in promotion to the Uganda Premier League in 2011.
His partnership with Herbert Odopio together with Herbert Kakande earned a lot of admiration from the Kakindu faithful with entertaining football both in the Big League and for four years in top flight football.
Cranes U20 midfielder Dan Shabena together with his JMC Hippos teammate Walter Lubangkene is among the players seeking to earn contracts at BUL.
BUL FC recently signed midfielder Joseph Kakooza and striker Herman Wasswa as Anyau looks to rebuild a formidable team that can challenge for a top three finish.