Isabirye has been awarded an employment contract of two years which will see him with the Jinja based side until 2023.
He had been appointed in April as a care taker replacing Arthur Kyesimira whose contract was terminated due to poor run of results.
Isabirye expressed his delight upon signing a permanent deal
” I am happy to sign a permanent contract with BUL FC for the second time. I was here for one season and matched away because the club and I had different ambitions then, but fortunately for this time, our objectives are the same.”
“I have come to stay now that we are reading from the same page and I will work so hard to see that this togetherness yields success.”
“I have won trophies at my previous clubs. We expect to win matches during my stay here and if we do so, trophies will come.”
The former URA head coach will be assisted by Richard Kasule and Daniel Kabale, James Magala as his first,second and third assistants respectively.
Noah Kasule has been appointed as the fitness coach while Kenneth Magada will be the goalkeeping coach.
Patrick Crespo Asiku takes over as the chief scout for the club.
BUL previously confirmed the released of eight players who include Musa Walangalira, Denis Okot, Charles Sempa, Robert Mukongotya, Elvis Kibbale, Jimmy Kulaba, Anwar Ntege and Deogracious Ojok.