BUL Football Club has renewed bonds with two players, midfield fulcrum Godfrey Akol and attacker Richard Wandyaka.
The duo have signed a one year contract extension singly and will all stay at the club up to at least 2022.
Akol and Wandyaka joined us from Busoga United and URA FC respectively and they have never looked back since then.
“I am loving my time at this club. From the day I joined I have been made to feel part of the BUL family and I have been extremely humbled and stunned by the cordiality and love of our fans, and of course we miss their amazing support.”
“I would like to thank manager Alex and his coaching staff for their belief in me and for helping me to take my game to the next level.
“Our dream is all about winning trophies and I am sure first piece of silverware is not that far away.”
“Wandyaka and Akol are some of those good players that any coach would love to work with. They have some good footballing brain which, when coupled with their talents, I know we can win something at the end of this coming season.“
“This is the perfect club for both Akol and Wandyaka to progress as top-class players and we are all delighted they have signed new contracts with us.”
*Note: Fans registration for seasonal tickets is ongoing at the club offices
BUL Football Club – Jinja played their forth practice match yesterday at Kyabazinga Stadium – Bugembe, Jinja City.
But in unusual way, the game was played between the club’s Team A (Team Crespo) and Team B (Team Lubega).
Team Crespo won by 2-1 through striker Hamis Tibita and genius midfielder Reagan Kalyowa who scored in either halves in the 4th and 77th minute of the game.
Team Lubega scored their lone and consolation goal through Ibrahim Mugulusi in the 43 minute.
In their fight to equalize, Team Lubega’s Fredson Gwoto long range effort, hit woodwork in the dying minutes of the game for they to settle for less but a second successive defeat in this epic internal clash. The first leg ended 5-1 in favour of Team Crespo.
BUL FC is in preparation for Uganda Premier League resumption and they have been tested with various practice matches to help technical team in assessing players fitness levels.
The Money Team have now won all their friendlies by beating Bugiri Da School 4-1, Budondo FC 1-4, Sudanese Select 7-1.
The Eastern Giants will take on Kampala City Council Authority Football Club on February 12, at Kyabazinga Stadium – Bugembe, Jinja City when the league returns.
BUL FC can be located in position twelve on the 16 team log with four points gathered by far.
Their last friendly game will come against Big League side, Gaddafi FC on Jan 30, at home in Bugembe.
Friendly Games played so far
BUL FC 4:1 Bugiri De School
BUL Team A 5:1 BUL Team B
Budondo FC 1:4 BUL FC
Sudanese Select 1:7 BUL FC
BUL Team B 1:2 BUL Team A
Forthcoming Friendly Match
Saturday January 30
Gadaffi FC Vs BUL FC – Kyabazinga Stadium – 4pm
How both teams lined up?
Team Crespo Starting XI:
Abdul Kimera (GK), Musa Walangalira, Fredrick Kigozi, Ramathan Dudu, Godfrey Akol, Hamisi Tibita, Anwar Ntege, Martin Aprem, Musa Esenu, Douglas Bithum, Reagan Kalyowa.
Team Manager: Ronald Barente (Club Chairman)
Team Lubega Starting XI:
Davis Mutebi, Peter Onzima, Fredson Gwoto, Dennis Okot Oola, Herbert Onyango, Vitalis Tabu, Elvis Kibaale, Charles Sempa, Deogracious Ojok, Ibra Mugulusi, Paul Mbazira.