Bul FC Reveals 2016/17 Season Squad

Jinja topflight side BUL FC finally released their 2016/17 season squad on Thursday evening just a day before the league kick off.

The squad comprises 27 players with 16 old and 11 new playing staff.

Among the new faces include former Saints FC striker Julius Malingumu, drug Paul Kisige and Edgar Luzige both from city rivals Sadolin Paints FC. Luzige returns after a one year stint away from the cooking oil manufacturers.

Goalkeeper Paul Mujampani joins from Sadolin Junior team with Oringa moving the opposite route.

Club Chairman Silver Aliasi, this believes the recruited players are the best options and will drive towards the club agenda.

“We agreed with our technical team over these new players and we feel they will bring competition to the team and help us realize our goals this season,” Silver was quoted in the press release.

The new players:

Mujampwan Paul (Goal Keeper from Bugembe Junior FC), Etoju Amos (Midfielder from Ngora Freda Carr), Ariu Richard Alex
(Midfielder from Sunrise Rwanda), Edgar Luzige (Striker from Sadolin), Kalule Andrew (Midfielder from Sc Victoria University), Bardiro Fahad (striker from Mulendwe FC-Buikwe)
Sserumira Bronson (Midfileder from Sc Victoria University), Tibita Hamisi (midfielder from BUL Junior Team), Hassan Musana (Defender from Bright Stars), Paul Kisige (Defender from Sadolin Paints FC), Julius Malingumu (Striker)


Full Squad

Wekiya Salimu

Mujampwan Paul

Kalyowa Emmanuel

Mukisa Junior

Etoju Amos

Othieno Deo

Katende Jonathan

Ariu Richard Alex

Edgar Luzige

Augustine Nsumba

Nkolo Braize

Sserumira Bronson

Buni Godfrey

Tibita Hamis

Shaka Ssozi

Hakim Magombe

Yunus Sibira

Hassan Musana

Philip Ssempira

Paul Kisige

Milton Kalisa

Bardiro Fahad

Julius Malingumu

Umaru Mukobe

Titus Lubega

Kalule Andrew

Derrick Walulya

Technical Bench

Frank Anyau- Head coach

Peter Onen- Assistant Head

Fred Lumu-Goal Keepers Coach

David Kiwanuka-Trainer Coach

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