Busoga United football club has extended the contract of their defender Julius Debbo for another two years.
The left back will stay at the club until 2022, Busoga United has announced.
The South Sudanese defender joined Busoga United from Onduparaka.
“I am really happy that we will have Debbo Julius in our squard for the future,” said Busoga United Vice President Bwire Osodo Godfrey.
“He has been part of the long term technical plan that Abbey kikomeko and his technical team have developed.”
He is the second player for Busoga United to extend his stay at the club in the ongoing window after Ali Kimera.
On Saturday, Busoga United officially parted ways with senior player David Bagoole who has since joined Champions Vipers.
Busoga United finished fourth on log with 42 points last season, their best ever placement since joining top flight.
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