In his interview with Uganda Radio Network, the versatile midfielder expressed his happiness after joining his home-based team and promised to push his new club to top.
Ambrose Kirya new BUL FC midfielder. Courtesy Picture
BIDCO Uganda Limited Football Club’s new signing Ambrose Kirya has promised to push his new club to the top of the Uganda Premier League
The former SC Villa midfielder joined BUL FC from Villa where he
had spent five years with the Uganda premier league record champions.
BUL FC officially announced the signing of Kirya through their
social media handles. “BUL FC is delighted to announce the signing of Ambrose
Kirya from SC Villa on a year working contract”. BUL FC twitter handle
In an interview with Uganda Radio Network, the versatile
midfielder expressed his happiness after joining his home-based team and
promised to push his new club to top.
“At first I’m thankful for joining the home-based club BUL FC and
am hoping for more from the club”. He said. “As a player, I want to ensure the
fans that I will do my best to push the club to the top and win trophies with
the club”. Kirya said.
Kirya also hopes this move will help him to become the joy of BUL
FC fans. “I am going to work hard to be the joy of the faces of our management
and fans and probably win the Uganda Premier League trophy,” he said.
Before joining Villa SC in 2015, Kirya played for JMC Hippos FC
and later joined the SC Villa on a five years deal making him the longest-serving
player in the current Villa squad. Upon the expiration of his contract with
Villa, the attacking midfielder decided not to renew his contract but rather to
look for a new challenge and thus joining Arthur Kyesimira’s side.
Kirya joins Ibrahim Mugulusi, Aggrey Madoi, Paul Mbaziira, Douglas
Bithum, Keneth Kibaale, Davies Mutebi and Peter Onzima who have been signed by BUL
BUL FC finished sixth in 2019/2020 season of Star Times Uganda
Premier League with 36 points, below the League winners Vipers SC. However, the
League ended prematurely after the outbreak of the COVID- 19 global