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Phillip Obwin Impressed with Express FC’s New Signings

Phillip Obwin Impressed with Express FC’s New Signings

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The former Uganda Cranes skipper reveals his happiness at Red Eagles' new signings ahead of the new season Uganda legend Phillip Obwin has tipped Express FC to leave a mark in the upcoming Ugandan Premier League (UPL) season. The Red Eagles have been on a restructuring process with already eleven new players arriving ahead of the new season set to kick off in October. Obwin, who also featured for the national team Uganda Cranes, has now stated the club is headed in the right direction owing to recent developments from player signings to a well-structured administration. “I am happy about what is happening at the club, I think the new chairman Kiryowa Kiwanuka is doing a fantastic job,” Obwin told the club’s official website. “The most important thing is to have a
Express FC Sign Ugandan Star John Byamukama; on Two-year Deal

Express FC Sign Ugandan Star John Byamukama; on Two-year Deal

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The midfielder becomes the 11th new signing made by the Red Eagles and is the fourth player to leave Tooro United for the top-flight side Ugandan Premier League side Express FC have completed the signing of John Byamukama. The former Tooro United midfielder joins the Red Eagles on a two-year as coach Wasswa Bbosa strengthens the club and aims to help them regain their lost league glory. Coach Bbosa revealed his satisfaction with the new players and said they will help the club be more competitive than before. “Every one of those players will come good during the season because what we want is to see the club compete again,” the tactician said in an earlier interview. He is the latest new player after goalkeepers Denis Otim, Cryspus Kusiima, defender Richard Bbosa, midf
Express FC Sign ex-Tooro United Star Charles Musige for Two years.

Express FC Sign ex-Tooro United Star Charles Musige for Two years.

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The forward becomes the second signing for the striking department after the initial arrival of Mustafa Kiragga Express FC have completed the signing of striker Charles Musige from Tooro United. Musige becomes the club’s 10th signing as coach Wasswa Bbosa is rebuilding the 2012 Ugandan Premier League champions. The 24-year-old has agreed on a two-year deal with Express and has already set targets for his new club. “I am happy to be a Red Eagle, only the best join this big, historical club. Like my teammates, the focus is on reclaiming glory and coming in as a forward, I hope to score as many goals to help the team,” Musige told the club’s website. As Tooro United struggled in the absconded season, Musige scored five goals and made six assists in 20 games. He also w
Express FC to Renovate Wankulukuku Stadium Ahead of New Season

Express FC to Renovate Wankulukuku Stadium Ahead of New Season

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The Red Eagles have assured their fans they will make the venue conducive to them ahead of the new season Express FC have promised fans they will work on their stadium ahead of the new Ugandan Premier League (UPL) season. The Red Eagles have Wankulukuku as their venue for the home matches and the club has now promised to renovate it so as to create a conducive environment for the fans when the new season kicks off. “Express have stepped up their bid to create a conducive environment for her fans by the time the Uganda Premier League kicks off in October,” revealed a statement on the club’s official website. According to the club’s CEO Isaac Mwesigwa, the club will renovate the stadium, with emphasis on the drainage system, especially near the technical area and maintaining th