SINAN RAJUB SENOGA
League debutants Nyamityobora football club have bolstered their squad with 8 new signings ahead of the final half of the StarTimes Uganda Premier League.
The Mbarara club officially unveiled the new players to the fans and the media at their training ground at Kijungu in Mbarara.
The new players are Denis Otim, Joel Ayoku, Edgar Mujuni, John Sserunjogi, Damien Nakalema, Fred Mayindi Junior, James Tongi and Peter Mutebi.
SIGNINGS IN DETAIL
Denis Otim is a goalkeeper on the Uganda national U-20 team the Hippos and has been handed shirt number 1 on arrival from Mbarara FC. Otim will vie for the club’s gloves with Hillary Jomi.
Defender Joel Ayoku acquired from Doves All Stars, took up shirt number 2 previously occupied by departed club captain Henry Wamala.
Defensive midfielder Frederick Mayindi Junior “Tiote” will don shirt number 18 after switching from regional league club Riverside Forest Park Sporting Club.
Former Agape Lions left back Edgar Mujuni will put on number 13 while offensive midfielder Damien Nakalema from Big League side Water FC has been given number 11.
Former Express and Proline offensive midfielder Peter Mutebi who was earlier signed from Rushere FC was handed number 14 while John Sserunjogi “Muchaina” took up number 7 previously occupied by Charles Sebutinde in the first round.
Sserunjogi is a diminutive winger signed from Kikyusa Cream FC, a Luwero based club which formerly competed in the Buganda Regional League.
James Tongi a midfielder from Kampala regional league outfit Bweyogerere Football Club is the club’s eighth signing.
The new recruits are expected to debut in the club’s subsequent league fixture against Police FC at Lugogo on Tuesday 29th January.
The Banyakare have had their first half of the season in the top flight a bitter story to tell but hope to beat the drop under the tutelage of Asaph Mwebaze.
Nyamityobora are third from the bottom on the 16-team log having managed only two wins, 3 draws and succumbed to 10 defeats.
Nyamityobora FC Players
Hillary Jomi, Shafik Mavuma, Alex Komakech, Barni Calvin, Charles Sebutinde, Ibrahim Dada Juma, Badiru Sekajja, Joseph Akandwanaho, Charles Musiige, Peter Otai, Muhammad Yiga, Benjamin Mpiirwe, Mubarak Kakooza, Vicent Sijari, Sharifu Sembatya, Muhammad Rashid, Ibrahim Pengere, Ramathan Ssubi
Denis Otim, Joel Ayoku, Frederick Mayindi Junior, Edgar Mujuni, Damien Nakalema, Peter Mutebi, John Sserunjogi, James Tongi