OFFICIAL: BUL FC Part Ways With Defender
Stanbic Uganda Cup Champions BUL Football Club have officially confirmed that the club has parted ways with defender Umar Mukobe.
The right back arrived at Kyabazinga Stadium at the beginning of the 2021-22 season after joining from Somali Premier league side Midino FC on a two-year deal which was due to expire next year in September.
Mukobe became the first player to leave the club after mutual termination of his employment contract.
BUL released the following statement on their official Twitter account confirming Mukobe’s departure.
BUL FC confirm the release of Umar Mukobe on a mutual consent.Reads club statement.
We thank you for the Job well done “Master”and wish you the best.
The former U20 international has previously featured for BUL FC (2 stints) and Somali Premier league side Midino FC.
Simon Peter Oketch, Martin Aprem and Reagan Kalyowa were also awarded with new contracts.
The Eastern Gaints have already completed the signing of workaholic forward Frank Kalanda, Otti Ronald and also added Simeone Masaba to their technical backroom staff ahead of the coming season.