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Nsubuga Renews Police Contract, Youngster Kabuye Promoted

Midfielder Mubarak Nsubuga has officially renewed his contract with Uganda Premier League side Police Football Club for two more years.

Nsubuga who joined Police FC at the start of the 2019/2020 season from Express FC could not hide his happiness and vowed to give in his best upon putting pen to paper.

“I feel great for the opportunity given and I feel like I am home and ready to serve the team. I will give it my best. Expect an improved performance from me this season as we target to win trophies for the club,” said Nsubuga.

He joins left back Musa Matovu, winger Johnson Odong, right back Dennis Rukundo and midfielder Yusuf Ssozi as other players that have extended their stay at the club.

Also, Police FC promoted 18-year-old Bashir Kabuye to the senior side awarding him his first professional contract for two years as the club continues to strengthen its squad ahead of 2020/21 StarTimes UPL season.

Teenage Central Midfielder Steven Kabuye (Right) with club CEO Fahad Lumu

“I feel good to be part of the club because it suits my style of play. I expect to give it my best for both the fans and the club,” Kabuye said during his unveiling.

The 2006 league Champions have already signed experienced Tony Mawejje, defender Hassan Muhammad, left back Eric Ssenjobe and goalkeeper Tom Ikara.

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