URA FC unveils midfielder Joshua Lubwama Leti from Wakiso Giants.

Lubwama has been awarded a contract of two years by the Tax Collectors joining his elder brother goalkeeper Hannington Ssebwalunyo.

The former BUL FC midfielder is aware of the club’s poor performance in the first round so he vows to help them regain the lost glory as reported by the club website,

“I am happy to join URA FC its a dream come true as this is one of the biggest clubs in the country.”

“I am aware of the club’s position and one of my targets with the help of my teammates is to help the team back to where they belong.”

He has previously played for Ndejje University, BUL FC and Wakiso Giants plus Bulemeezi in the Masaza Cup tournament

The club lost Derrick Nsibambi as well as parting ways with assistant head coach Baker Mbowa.

The Tax Collectors struggled in the first which they completed with only 14 points from 14 games leaving them in the 11 position.

Their first game of the second round will be played on Saturday 11th October against Onduparaka FC at Greenlight Stadium.

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