Wednesday, January 30
BUL FC Vs Maroons FC, 4:30 PM
(Njeru Technical Centre)

BUL Football Club, has on Tuesday confirmed the acquisition of three players to gear up for Second round of the StarTimes Uganda Premier League.

Charles Ssebutinde, son of Assistant National team Coach Mathias Lule, joins BUL from Nyamityobora FC.

Defender Jimmy Kulaba from Kenyan Premier League side Tusker FC and winger Ezekiel Katende from Big League side UPDF FC are the new additions.

The new signings are expected to reinforce the squad that already has experienced players in Abdul Mayanja, Villa Oromchan, Daniel Shabena, Deogracious Ojok, Richard Wandyaka among others.

Peter Onen’s charges finished the first round in fifth with 23 points from 15 games – Won 6, Drew 5 and lost 4 – scored 20 and conceded 15.

BUL FC holding a gym session recently. BUL FC media photo

The club has also unveiled new home and away kits for the year 2019. The Jersey will be used starting with tomorrow’s game against Prison side Maroons.

BUL FC new jersey. BUL FC media

The visitors lost the reverse fixture 1-2: Deogratius Ojok and Hamis Tibita scored for BUL FC while Herman Wasswa scored for Maroons at Luzira.

Maroons, come into the game in 12th, three places above the drop zone after winning just three of their 15 games in the first round.

The Prisoners visit Njeru with low morale after the resignation of head Coach George Best Nsimbe who left for other ‘studies’ in Tanzania. Robert Ssekweyama and David Obua will lead the side from the dug-out.

George Best Nsimbe. Courtesy photo

Head to Head

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2018/19
Maroons 1-2 BUL

2017/18
BUL 2-0 Maroons
Maroons 1-0 BUL

2015/16
BUL 2-0 Maroons
Maroons 1-4 BUL

2011/12
BUL 0-1 Maroons
Maroons 0-1 BUL