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BUL: Isabirye’s army, a blend of youth and experience

By Allan Damba
BUL FC head coach Alex isabirye (L) with defender Benon Tahomera (R) | BUL Image

BUL FC head coach, Alex Isabirye has already completed six signings in the ongoing transfer window, with Benon Tahomera his latest acquisition.

Besides the former Kyetume FC defender, who signed a two-year contract, the club has brought in Frank Kalanda, Ronald Otti, Emmanuel Obua, Tom Ikara, and Anthony Mayanja.

Isabirye, well-known for his love for youngsters and nurturing talent, very well knows that to compete at the highest level, a club needs a bit of both – youth and experience, hunger and know-how.

“Our team is now having a right mix of young and experienced players, and if we blend them well, we shall get what we want,” the tactician spoke to the club media as they unveiled Tahomera (21).

The 2021/22 Uganda Cup winners have also tied a couple of their trusted troops to new contracts.

Their target is not only doing well in their maiden continental exploits (CAF Confederation Cup) but also, staying consistently competitive domestically.

Forward Simon Peter Oketch, Martin Aprem, George Kasonko, and Reagan Kalyowa have all renewed with the Oil Manufacturers, an indication of the ambition they hold for the forthcoming season and beyond.

The signings of the hugely experienced Karim Ndugwa in January paid off massively as he led the goal-scorers charts in the Uganda Cup with nine goals.

Isabirye has added more of the same in Kalanda, who is a proven marksman, Otti who has been around for some time.

Ikara who has played for KCCA FC and Police previously, and Mayanja, who has been the skipper at arch-rivals, Busoga United.

The aforementioned experience should be a huge positive for the Jinja-based outfit, having had one of the youngest squads in the previous campaign.

Aprem, Oketch, Kasonko, Owen Mukisa, Ibrahim Kazindula, Hillary Onek, and Reagan Kalyowa, among others, are relatively young and will welcome the bunch that has been around for quite some time.

Also, the coach has bought exactly what he needs, to boost the positions that vastly challenged his team in the preceding season.

“Last season, we faced difficulties in defending and conceded a lot because we did not have the luxury to rotate, and that is why we are bringing in players like him (Tahomera) who can defend very well.”

The massive incomings should also be able to provide the much-needed competition for places in the squad ahead of a long 2022/23 season.

At the moment, each position at BUL has two or three well-established players, willing to fight for a starting berth.

Even when their first continental appearance may not turn out as perfectly as they would wish, it’s with clear glasses that, Isabirye is trying to build a side that will consistently rub shoulders with the current giants domestically in Vipers SC, KCCA FC, Express FC, and URA.

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