Sinan RAJUB SENOGA
BUL FC have finally extended employment contracts of midfielder Richard Wandyaka and Godfrey Akol.
The duo was out of contract at the end of the previous season but put pen to paper on one year contract each.
Both players were on the verge of an exit from BUL but reached a compromise following lengthy negotiations between their representatives and their club.
Akol joined the club from Busoga United two seasons ago while Wandyaka was acquired from URA FC in 2017.
Wandyaka expressed his delight in signing a new contract with the club and acknowledged their trust in him.
“I am loving my time at this club. From the day I joined I have been made to feel part of the BUL family and I have been extremely humbled and stunned by the cordiality and love of our fans, and of course we miss their amazing support.”
“I would like to thank manager Alex and his coaching staff for their belief in me and for helping me to take my game to the next level. Our dream is all about winning trophies and I am sure the first piece of silverware is not that far away.”
Wandyaka said via the club’s website.
BUL has now renewed contacts of four players. Others are striker Musa Esenu and former KCCA defender Walter Ochora.
They have so signed 11 new players and released 15 in the process.
The new faces at the club include Ivan Wani, Douglas Muganga, Jerome Kirya, George Kansoko (all from Busoga United), and goalkeepers Saidi Keni, Hannington Ssebwalunyo and Emmanuel Kalyowa.
Ibrahim Nsimbe, Najib Tusaba Gwaido, Richard Ayiko and Dickson Niwamanya are the others.
The Alex Isabirye coached side has also promoted Owen Mukisa and Herbert Onyango from the Junior team.