Glove man – Saidi Keni to stay put at the Eastern Giants up to 2025 at the minimum after signing a two year contract extension with the club.
His current deal was due to expire in June next year.
“BUL have showed love and trust in me since I joined the club. This good gesture surely shows they appreciate my services,” Keni said.
“The future of both parties is now secured.”
Keni’s bright start at the Eastern Giants was halted by a niggling knee injury that compelled him to sit out for much of the second round of the past term but he is currently back in training with the rest of the squad preparing for next season.
“I believe we shall do wonders domestically and at the content.”
“We are preparing well and we expect to have a better season.”
As one of the team skippers, his leadership in the past campaign arguably oiled BUL to great performances with the club finishing fourth in the league for the first time in our history, as well as winning the Uganda cup crown.
The goalkeeper put on board seven clean sheets in 19 matches across all competitions last season.