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Goalkeeper Mutebi among five unveiled by BUL

By Shafic Kiyaga
Photo courtesy og BUL FC media

Goalkeeper Davis Mutebi highlighted the latest arrivals at Jinja based BUL Bidco Football club, as they bolstered their squad for the 2020/2021 season with five new signings.

Mutebi joins BUL from another Uganda Premier League club Police FC on a two-year contract on a free transfer following the expiry of his contract with the Cops, and was reluctant to extend his stay as he believed it was time he sought a new challenge.

“Indeed, time has come for a new challenge and I am excited at this chance that I have got to be part of the next phase in the club’s fight to achieve success,” Mutebi told BUL FC media during his unveiling.

“Police FC is a top club and I have many friends there but you cannot turn down the chance to join BUL FC. I look forward to helping the coach and the club in its entirety to be successful in the coming years,” he added.

The goalkeeper comes in as replacement for Eric Kabowa who left the club at the end of last season, and will compete with Sanoni Mulabi for the number one jersey.

Mutebi played a key role in goal as Police survived relegation last season, keeping four clean sheets out of 20 games he played last season.

The shot-stopper was named man of the match in the final game (before the league was cancelled) against URA in which he saved a penalty as Police earned three points that later proved crucial in the Cops’ survival.

Mutebi was one of the better performers in the Police backline that shipped in 37 goals in 25 games, and according to Ddiba stats, the goalkeeper had a 69% save rate, keeping out 54 of the 78 shots he faced.

Other signings all from third division side Edgars Youth Club include Kenneth Kibaale Elvis, Douglas Bithum and Peter Onzima who join on a season long loan deal, while Paul Mbaziira joined on a two-year contract.

BUL FC head coach Arthur Kyesimira who will be embarking on his first full season with the club disclosed that he is positive the five new additions will make a difference to his project.

“I believe these players can really make a difference for us,” he said before adding “We are looking forward to having a greater season ahead with this BUL FC project.”

The current additions bring BUL’s signings to seven after the club previously completed the signing of left back Aggrey Madoi from Wakiso Giants and midfielder Ibrahim Mugulusi from cross town rivals Busoga United.

Last season, BUL had a brilliant run in the first round before they ran out of steam finishing sixth on the log with 36 points from 25 games as the league was prematurely concluded due to the coronavirus.

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