Sadolin Paints FC’s coach Abdul-Samadu Musafiri has confirmed five new signings, ask http://demo.des.net.id/wp-includes/simplepie/exception.php four of whom are former BUL FC players.
According to the coach Robert Achema has crossed over from SC Villa after a year with the jogoos where he had joined from BUL FC.
“We released several players and have been looking up to filling the gap in order to challenge for a better finish by the end of the season, http://decoclosets.com/plugins/content/jw_sigpro/jw_sigpro/includes/js/jquery_lightbox/popup.php ” Musafiri told ChimpSport.
“So far we’ve penned one year deals with six players including goalkeeper Franco Oringa, http://cgt06.fr/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/after-the-deadline.php Matovu, Kyambadde, Lubaale, Sijaali and lubu.”
Oring’a had earlier been tipped to move back to Sporting United but has since been confirmed at Sadolin.
Bruhan Matovu joins the list of massive exodus that has befallen Kawempe based Bright Stars FC. He was previously at BUL FC same as Ivan Lubaale who has now featured for three teams from Jinja. The other being JMC Hippos
Fred Kyambadde came from Saints FC while Sijali, a former Vipers player who was plying his trade outside the borders.
“By now I believe I have a food squad to kick off the league but we may add where necessary,” Musafiri added.
The Bugembe side has lost several influential players including Jackson Kibirige, Fred Segujja and Allan Oryek’s fate remains unclear since he hasn’t been training with the team.