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BUL FC secures Tahomera’s signature

by Nnalubaale Sports
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Uganda Cup champions BUL FC have completed the signing of Benon Tahomera, penning down a three-year contract that will run till 2025.

The former Kyetume FC defender has become the sixth signing for the Oil Manufacturers in the ongoing transfer window.

He joins the list with names such as; Frank Kalanda, Ronald Otti, Emmanuel Obua, Tom Ikara and Anthony Mayanja who joined Alex Isabirye’s ranks earlier.

“I feel BUL is the right club I should play for. It’s one of the biggest in the country and always competitive on all fronts,” said the 21 year old to the club media.

“Playing for it is an honor for me. Now I want to win the league, defend the Uganda cup as well as put up a good performance in the confederations cup,” he roared.

Isabirye, who is keen on putting up a strong season for the Jinja-based side, expressed delight at not only Tahomera’s acquisition, but also the entire summer’s business.

“Tahomera can defend as well as score goals. He still has a lot to learn but he is a young player who can play football and has a lot of potential.”

“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 who can defend very well.”

“Our team is now having a right mix of young and experienced players, and if we blend them together well, we shall get what we want.“

BUL will make their maiden appearance at the continent (CAF Confederation Cup), but will also want to stay competitive domestically in the 2022/23 campaign, hence the signing spree.

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