Uganda Premier League side BUL Football Club has confirmed the acquisition of striker Dickson Niwamanya and defender Richard Ayiko.
Niwamanya joins the club from FUFA Big League side Kigezi Home Boys while Ayiko emerges from West Nile side Onduparaka FC.
The two players are said to have signed two-year employment contracts each with the intention to rebuild taking centre stage under the stewardship of gaffer Alex Isabirye.
Upon his unveiling, Ayiko was vocal about the good organization and professionalism at the Jinja based side taking precedence in his decision to join the club.
“I was enticed by the high professionalism and organization at BUL FC and being a defender, I promise to do all I can to ensure that we don’t let in loads of goals.” he told the club’s media.
Ayiko has previously featured twice for Fufa Big league side Maroons FC who he joined after his departure from Lugogo side KCCA FC back in 2015.
The duo join an influx of new players at the Eastern giants including: South Sudanese international Ivan Wani, midfielders Kasonko George and Jerome Kirya.
The elastic list also continues with goalkeepers Saidi Keni and Hannington Ssebwalunyo, forward Ibrahim Nsimbe and defender Muganga Douglas.
Prior to the start of the new season, BUL FC will lock horns against the reigning league champions Express FC in the semi-finals of the Uganda Cup two-legged fixture scheduled between 19th – 31st this month.
The fixture will offer the fans a clear assessment of the club after allowing massively departures of star players at the club in a bid to initiate a transition under the new technical management.