Ronald Otti has commended the role of his former club Mbarara City after joining BUL FC.
The Centre back was confirmed as the BUL latest signing on a two-year contract.
“It has been utmost honour to represent this club for almost three and half years,” Otti wrote after leaving Mbarara City.
He commended former coaches Livingstone Mbabazi, Brian Ssenyondo and Sadiq Ssempigi, the former gave him his first appearance at the Club.
“To all my teammates over the years, I salute you. Throughout all the challenges and happy times, it was a real honour to play alongside all of you. Thank you for all the memories. You made me a team player.”
He also thanked the Mbarara City fans and wished the club all the best ahead of their journey in FIFA Big League.
He is also quoted by BUL FC media: “I am very excited and grateful to have joined one of the best clubs in the country.
“The technical team has shown great interest in me, and I now want to repay their trust by driving BUL forward so that we can perform better and achieve more.”
He leaves the relegated Ankole Lions since joining the side in January 2019 from lower division side Nangabo Green Valley FC.
Otti becomes the second signing of BUL FC after Striker Frank Kalanda from Police as coach Alex Isabirye continues to strengthen squad for CAF Confederation Cup.