KAMPALA – URA Football Club have so far been the busiest StarTimes Uganda Premier League side in the transfer window.
It does not look that the Tax Collectors are slowing down at any time soon as they completed the signing of a 10th players on Monday.
The new acquisition is non-other than Nyamityobora FC striker Ibrahim Dada Juma.
Dada is understood to have put pen to paper on a three year deal that will see will a URA FC players until 2022.
His igning was confirmed by URA FC on their official Twitter handle.
“Our new striker, Dada Ibrahim Juma has joined on a three-year contract from Nyamityobora FC. Read URA FC’s tweet.
Our new striker, Dada Ibrahim Juma has joined on a three-year contract from Nyamityobora FC. #OneTeamOneDream pic.twitter.com/JVnzp1X8HK
— URA Football Club (@URAFC_Official) July 22, 2019
In a trying season, Dada was the only bright light for Nyamityobora as they succumbed to relegation back to the FUFA Big League.
The youthful striker netted 7 times throughout the season with the highlight being the hattrcik he scored against Police FC at Lugogo.
He joins URA FC to bolster their attack that was misfiring especially in the first half of the season.
The Tax Collectors have already signed strikers John Ssemazzi, Anwar Ntege, Ashraf Mandela, Samuel Mwaka, Brian Majwega, Ivan Sserubiri, Mikidad Senyonga, Ivan Ntege and Hassan Kalega
URA finished third on the UPL log last season with 51 points from 30 games are also understood to be in negotiations over the signing of Kirinya JSS midfielder David Bagoole.
According to Kawowo Sports, Bagoole has already agreed terms to join the Tax Collectors and the announcement of his capture will be made in the next few days.