Jinja based Club BUL FC have confirmed striker Anwar Musitafa Ntege as their lastest addition ahead of the forthcoming UPL season.
Ntege who joined from Uganda Revenue Authority Football Club on a one year loan move revealed what led to his move to Arthur Kyesimiira’s side.
“The main reason why I joined BUL FC is the desire for playing time which I did not get at URA FC”.
The stiker also insists that he can be one of the best strikers in the league.
“When given playing time I believe I can be one of the best strikers and may be a top scorer so our fans should expect to see the best”
He also targets the national team call up and playing professional football outside Uganda,
“As any other player I would also want to join the national team and I am ready to work hard for that and go play professional football outside Uganda after all age is still on my side.”
Ntege added as quoted by BULFC communications department.
Ntege has previously played for Jinja Municipal Council (JMC), Ndejje University and URA FC.
At his new club he joins new recriuts Aggrey Madoi, Ibrahim Mugulusi, Davis Mutebi, Paul Mbaziira, Douglas Bithum, Kenneth Kibbale, Peter Onzima and Aggrey Kirya.
Kyesimiira and his charges will target a better finish next season having finished last season 6th with 36 points from 25 games when the league was ended abruptly.