URA have received a huge squad boost with the return of forward Shariph Kimbowa ahead of their UPL fixture this week when they visit Maroons on Friday, October 27.
Kimbowa, who has been out for weeks is now back to full training after recovering from a hamstring injury. He has promised to deliver and help the club achieve its goals.
“I am happy to be back from injury. It has been tough times for me but good am up again. I want to help the club achieve It’s goals as well as mine,” Kimbowa told the club media.
“I know I haven’t yet scored but I am optimistic goals are going to come,” the striker added.
The Tax Collectors confirmed; “The goal poacher has fully returned, He took part of Monday training with the rest of his teammates that lasted for over two hours.”
Since joining URA from Wakiso Giants, Kimbowa had made only one league appearance for the Tax Collectors, he had last featured for URA in match day one at UPDF FC in which he came on as a substitute.
In the absence of Kimbowa, Ivan Ahimbisibwe, Moses Aliro and Najib Fesali took up the responsibilities to score for the Tax Collectors’ four goals in their last four matches.
URA now sit sixth on the 16-team UPL table with eight points from four games, comprising of two wins and two losses.
URA, at home beat Gaddafi 2-1 and Wakiso Giants 1-0, and away from home drew 0-0 and 1-1 with UPDF and Bright Stars respectively.