BUL FC Release Squad Numbers For 2022/23 Season
Eastern gaints BUL Football Club have officially released their squad numbers for the 2022/23 StarTimes Uganda Premier League Season.
The 31-man squad comprises of four Goalkeepers, nine Defenders, fourteen Midfielders and four Strikers.
The Stanbic Uganda Cup Champions managed to secure ten new signings and parted ways with nine players as they also loaned out one player in the names of Herbert Onyango to Busoga United during the just concluded transfer windows.
Frank Kalanda (Police), Ronald Otti (Mbarara City), Emmanuel Obua (Kyetume), Tom Ikara (Police), Anthony Mayanja (Busoga), Benon Tahomera (Kyetume) Edrine Cavani Mawerere (JIPRA), Shafiq Kwikiriza (JIPRA), Vicent Ziwa (Busoga), Denis Mwemezi (Vipers SC) are the new signings that have joined the club ahead of the new season.
Meanwhile the club also let go of Umar Mukobe, Joel Abaliwano, William Isabirye, Dickson Niwamanya, Godfrey Akol, Thomas Kabale, Ambrose Kirya, Fredson Gwotto, Lawrence Kasadha and Herbert Onyango (Busoga United – loan) during the just concluded primary transfers.
The Eastern gaints will begin their 2022/23 SUPL campaign away to debutants Blacks Powe FC on Saturday, 1st October at Akii Bua Memorial Stadium in Lira City.
Alex Isabirye’s guns will symbolize Uganda in the CAF Confederations Cup after winning the 2021/22 Stanbic Uganda Cup trophy.
You can see all confirmed shirt numbers of BUL FC below:
GOALKEEPERS: Saidi Keni (18), Tom Ikara (19), Emmanuel Kalyowa (1), John Okurut (32).
DEFENDERS: Ronald Otti (2), Aggrey Madoi (3), Walter Ochora (5), Benon Tahomera (28), Emmanuel Obua (4), Ivan Wani Adebo (25), Hillary Onek (21), Douglas Muganga (12) Richard Ayiko 15.
MIDFIELDERS: Pascal Ngobi (16), George Kasonko (6), Ibrahim Kazindula (7), Owen Mukisa (8), Ibrahim Mugulusi (10), Anthony Mayanja (30), Allan Kiggundu (27), Jerome Kirya (14), Richard Wandyaka (13),Reagan Kalyowa (22), Martin Aprem (24), Denis Mwemezi (17), Shafiq Kwikiriza (23), Vincent Zziwa (33).
STRIKERS: Karim Ndugwa (20), Frank Kalanda (9), Ibra Nsimbe (26), Edrine Mawerere (11).