BUL FC have completed the signing of forward Denis Mwemezi on a two-year contract from Vipers SC.
After Mwemezi’s unveiling on Thursday, BUL head coach Alex Isabirye was quick to acknowledge the role played by his former club in his development.
“Mwemezi is a young player nurtured by one of the best clubs in the country,” Isabirye was quoted saying by the club media.
“He gives in 100%, his ready to learn and I think he will help the club achieve its objectives.”
He joined the Venoms at the start of the 2019/20 season on a three-year contract from Masaza side Ssese.
Mwemezi spent last season on loan at Tooro United and he is now out permanently following the expiry of his three-year contract at Kitende.
His new club will be playing in the CAF Confederation Cup for the first time in their history given that they won the 2021/22 Uganda Cup.
“I am super excited to join one of the best and big clubs in the country, it is the club that I think will help me grow and advance in my footballing career,” Mwemezi said upon his unveiling.
“My target is to play and help the team achieve more success, trophies and at least take the club into CAF Confederation Cup group stages.”
He becomes Isabirye’s seventh signing during the ongoing transfer window ahead of a busy 2022/23 campaign for the Oil Manufacturers.
The other six new recruits at the Kyabazinga Stadium are; goalkeeper Tom Ikara, defenders Benon Tahomera, Ronald Otti, Emmanuel Obua, and forwards Frank Kalanda and Anthony Mayanja.