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BUL FC agree terms with former Onduparaka defender

He was among the 14 players released by Onduparaka last month

 SINAN RAJUB SENOGA 

BUL FC have agreed terms for the signing free agent Najib Tusaba Gwaido.

Swift Sports Uganda has learnt that the defender is set to join BUL FC on a two year contract.

The budding defender is among the 14 players who were officially let go by Onduparaka FC last month.

Tusaba joined the Caterpillars mid way last season and became a mainstay in the central defense as the West Nile club settled for league safety.

He is a former Kansai Plascon defender who also played for UPDF FC. He was part of the squad that guided the Army side to topflight promotion during the 2019/20 season.

BUL have been a very busy side in the ongoing transfer window after letting go 14 players from the squad that competed last season as well as confirming Alex Isabirye as their permanent coach.

The club has so far unveiled Hannington Ssebwalunyo (URA), Ibrahim Nsimbe (MYDA), Saidi Keni (SC Villa) and former Busoga United captain George Kasonko.

As earlier reported by this website, former KCCA and Maroons utility defender Richard Ayiko has also joined the club on a one year contract as well as Busoga United midfielder Jeromy Kirya.

Anwar Ntege, Elvis Kibale, Denis Okot, Musa Walangalira, Robert Mukongotya,Jimmy Kulaba, Charles Ssempa, Deogracious Ojok, Vitalis Tabu, Paul Mbazira, Fred Kigozi have all left the club while Kenneth Semakula joined SC Villa.

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