Former SC Villa and URA FC left winger Vitalis Abdulmarik Tabu has left the Onduparaka FC and joined Bul FC, The-SportsNation sources can confirm.
Tabu who recently rejoined his childhood club for a second spell has put pen to paper on a two-year contract with the Mukwano-team that is based in the eastern part of the country.
The left footed forward has also been on KCCA FC radar but he chose BUL over the defending champions.
With Tabu joining Bul who are currently third on Startimes Uganda premier league table on 29 points out of the 15 games played, the side will be aiming to pile more pressure onto KCCA FC and Vipers who are ahead of them.
Tabu recently was at Onduparaka FC where he was later loaned to Paidah Black Angels before joining Sports Club Villa , the forward later joined tax collectors URA FC where he didnt enjoy a successful tenure.
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Vitalis further forced a move back to onduparaka where he has only spent five months on a one year contract he signed with the caterpillars.
Reason why Tabu left Onduparaka
Tabu has stressed that he left Onduparaka because of financial constraints at the club.
“Onduparaka is a good team but I personally have responsibilities now,” he said.
“We have spent almost eight months without pay and we were bothered when the chairman threw an expensive wedding so I had to look for greener pastures.
“Bul is a good team currently third on the table and I believe I can add on my talent with this team.”