Uganda Premier league side BUL football club have confirmed the departure of defender Najib Tusaba Gwaido and winger Joseph Ssemujju.
The two said players have left the Jinja based side on mutual consent after agreeing to part ways with the club.
“Thanks for the memories Joseph
Semujju leaves after scoring 18 goals in his two years of service at the club. He found the net four times in his first season at the Eastern Giants, adding 13 last term and by this time, he had scored once this season. Gwaido did not feature for the club in any official competition. Thanks Najib,” reads a statement from the Club’s website.
Following his release at the jinja based side, Ssemujju is said it to have joined Tanzania premier league side Mbeya City earlier this month, a side coached by Ugandan coach Matia Like.
For Najib Tusaba, he crossed to Mbarara City last week, signing a short term deal that will keep him at the club till the end of the season.
In this ongoing January transfer window, Bul FC have already signed striker Karim Ndugwa and defender Lawrence Kasadha in a bid to fill the void left by the departing players.
After 15 games in the first round, Alex Isabirye’s men are currently sitted fourth on the log with 26 points so far.
They will begin their second round with a home game against Vipers SC next week on Wednesday February 9th as the Uganda Premier league returns.