June 27, 2022


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Ndugwa Promises To Reward Coach Isabirye for the Trust on Joining BUL.


Former Uganda Hippos (U-20) striker Karim Ndugwa has vowed to pay back the coach Alex Isabirye for the trust he has invested in him for a contract at the Jinja based club.


The experienced forward has joined Bidco Uganda Limited FC on a one year deal that will keep him at the Kyabazinga stadium until January 2023.


I feel good after joining BUL FC. I am glad that my coach who helped me trade in Somalia has given me another opportunity to work with him again so that we can meet the objectives of this great club. The coach trusts me and I won’t let him down.” Ndugwa told BUL official site


The former SC Villa forward brings vast experience to the squad seated 4th on the log as a replacement of departed main man Musa Esenu.


Isabirye would wish to see how the new boy quickly adopt and links up with Ibra Nsimbe upfront to tomment defences.


The vast experienced lanky forward has played for various clubs across different countries such as AFC Leopards in Kenya and Horseed SC in Somalia.


A Mityana born and bled player also featured for Victors SC, SC Villa, Onduparaka, Mbarara City, Express, URA and Wakiso Giants in Uganda.


Now Ndugwa becomes the second January signing at the club after Defender Lawrence Kasadha.


BUL are currently 4th placed, having managed 26 points from the 15 first round games played.


The Jinja based team hoping for their first ever league title according to their captain George Kasonko, have won 7, drawn 5 times and lost at three occasions.



They have found the net 28 times and conceeded 16 goals in the first round, BUL sits 4th on the log with 26 points in 15 matches which makes them the second most scoring team in the league behind Vipers SC.