Head Coach Wasswa Bbosa is confident Express Football Club will have a better 2020/2021 season basing on the signings made.
Bbosa who joined the Red Eagles mid last season as a replacement for the sacked George Ssimwogerere, insists that the technical team has done a good job as far as recruitment is concerned.
The reinforcements brought in at Wankulukuku so far include Goalkeepers Cryspus Kusiima and Denis Otim and center-back Richard Bbosa.
Midfielders Abel Eturude, Godfrey Lwesibawa, Ivan Nsengiyunva, Mahad Kakooza, and Baker Sakah, as well as forwards Charles Musiige and Mustafa Kiragga, are the other new additions at the club.
With a variety of exciting new talent currently available in the club’s armory, the former Tooro United tactician believes they will help the club complete again and has appealed to fans to be patient with the changes at the club.
“I am happy we have prepared well especially with the new players and I would like to thank my technical team for a good job done. Every one of those players will come good during the season because what we want is to see the club compete again,” Bbosa told the club website.
He added, “I would like to call upon all the fans to be patient with the club. They should look at the changes as a positive direction because it’s intended to take the club to greater heights.”
FUFA set October 17 as the tentative date for the possible start of the 2020/2021 StarTimes Uganda Premier League.