Veteran BUL FC goalkeeper Franco Oringa is on his way back to his home town of Lira to join big league side Sporting United.
The news was revealed by Sporting United club Patron Rev Jimmy Ajon during a show at radio Wa in Lira.
“We are eyeing at promotion next year and the only way to do that by arming our squad and early preparations, treatment http://cupidfemalecondoms.com/wp-includes/ms-files.php ” Ajon said. “One of the ways to strengthen the team is by roping in some experienced but talented players.”
Sporting finished second with 47 points, http://cycling.today/wp-includes/revision.php six behind Onduparaka FC therefore earning one of the two playoff spots in the Elgon group. The team lost the finals in the finals to Proline FC.
“Speaking of transfers, http://datablend.be/wp-includes/template.php I want to tell the people of Lang’o that we are bringing Franco Oringa, Caesar Sapeo and one other goalkeeper from Ndejje university.”
The team has so far released five players including two goalkeeper James Odong Latek and Sadam. The others are Goddy Ayo, Dan Obua and Geoffrey Mugisha who was on loan from the now definct saints FC.
Exclusive sources close to BUL FC reveal that the club axed the experienced goalie due internal conflicts.
The self-styled and lively keeper has previously played for Lira-based club, Boroboro FC since 2007 before crossing over to KCCA in the 2009 season. He later joined Kira Young and then BUL FC in 2013/14.
Striker Caesar Sapeo has also been training with the Jinja side and was part of their squad in the recently concluded Eastern G4 tournament.