The mid season transfer window has now closed but it allowed BUL football club to set up two permanent incoming signings, four permanent departures and corresponding outgoing loan deals.

BUL FC January transfer business

Anchor man Godfrey Akol clinched an important temporally switch to Busoga United, a side he helped gain promotion in 2016.The midfielder links up with his former boss Abby Kikomeko Bogere and will look to gain regular first-team football at Kakindu stadium until the end of the season

Dickson Niwamanya warming up for a game

Defender Herbert Onyango and winger Thomas Kabaale, as well as striker Dickson Niwamanya followed his footsteps to the same club for the rest of the season.

Forward Musa Esenu, who had scored eight goals for us in the first round, completed his permanent move to Rayon Sport of Rwanda.

Joseph Semujju in action

Joseph Semujju has also left the club, the lively winger joined Mbeya City of Tanzania as the Eastern Giants also let defender Najib Tusaba Gwaido and goalkeeper Sanon Mulabi leave.

But there were also arrivals at the club, Lawrence Kasadah signed on a short term deal from Gaddafi FC and his invaluable experience will be so vital in our defensive area. Karim Ndugwa is another popular signing at the club and he has already showcased his goal scoring prowess in most of our practice matches.

Team manager unveiling Lawrence Kasadha

The junior team’s conveyor delivered yet another exciting prospect in John Okurut. Okurut was promoted to the senior side to beef up the goal keeping department.

Out going players:

1 – Godfrey Akol – Busoga United (loan)

2 -Herbert Onyango – Busoga United (loan)

3 – Dickson Niwamanya – Busoga United (loan)
4 – Thomas Kabaale – Busoga United (loan)

5 – Musa Esenu – Rayon Sport (Rwanda)

6 -Joseph Ssemujju – Mbeya City (Tanzania)

7 – Najib Tusaba Gwaido – Mbarara City.

8 – Sanon Mulabi – Contract expired

Incoming players:

1 – Lawrence Kasadha – Gaddafi FC

2 – Karim Ndugwa – Wakiso Giants

3 – John Okurut – Promoted from junior team.

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