After struggling for a starting place at URA FC, goalkeeper Hannington Sebwalunyo has resolved to return home to BUL, a side he left two years ago for greener pastures at Maroons.
He later left Maroons for URA following their relegation to the Big league but playing time at the tax collectors has been too hard to come by
Nafian Arionzi is regarded by Sam Ssimbwa as the first choice yet he has also secured the return of James Aritho.
At his unveiling, Sebwalunyo expressed how delighted he was with the move and he termed it a home coming.
“I am pleased to comeback home. This is where everything in regard to my topflight football started from.”
“I promise to do my best to add value to the club. Therefore, the technical team and the fans should expect great performances from me.”
“Home is home and there is no place that is better than home. I now feel very good, calm and happy,”
Ssebwalunyo told bulfc.co.ug.
At BUL he will find competition from newly signed Saidi Keni and Sanoni Mulabi