The mass exodus at Uganda Premier League side BUL FC continues to take center stage as the club aims to clear what has been deemed deadwood in preparation for the forthcoming season.
The Jinja based side have, as of this Thursday morning mutually parted ways with five more players to further grow the departures list to thirteen following the eight that left the club barely a week ago.
These players as confirmed by the official club website have had their contracts terminated by mutual consent with the new technical management as led by Alex Isabirye hoping to employ different professions in the various positions.
The departure list is headlined by former SC Villa playmaker Vitalis Tabu whose stay with the Eastern giants has been less felt. He has been underwhelming since he made his debut for the club and the release might just be justified.
Tabu, formerly with Onduparaka FC found it so difficult to announce his arrival at BUL FC courtesy of the host of injuries that ravaged his stay with the Jinja based side.
The other names on the list include: goalkeepers Davis Mutebi, and Abdul Kimera who haven’t been so instrumental to the team, alongside Paul Mbazira and Fredrick Kigozi that have also not been assertive enough.
In terms of players joining the club, BUL FC have already announced the arrival of goalkeeper Saidi Keni from Sc Villa and striker Ibrahim Nsimbe from MYDA FC.
They finished eleventh in the previous Uganda Premier League campaign and as well as reached the Stanbic Uganda Cup semi finals.
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