URA FC can confirm that goalkeeper Hannington Sebwalunyo has been recalled from his proposed loan spell with Jinja side Bidco Uganda Limited (BUL) Football Club.
The developments arise courtesy of an injury sustained by one of our shot-stoppers which was always bound to force the technical team’s hand and therefore, no surprises in the current state of affairs.
The custodian had a good showing with the Tax Collectors in the recently concluded season, registering staggering numbers of six clean sheets out of twelve appearances in both the league and Uganda Cup competitions.
His most impressive games for us last season alone has to definitely be our away game against Police FC and the away 1-1 draw against Vipers in Kitende.
His incredible work in stopping the offensive prowess of Police FC, which had asked him to pull off a number of outstanding saves to ultimately claim the clean sheet at the conclusion of the match, eventually having many fans wax lyrical about his abilities can’t go without mention.
The Tax Collectors won the game 2-0 and maintained their grip at the top of the StarTimes Uganda Premier League summit for that particular matchday.
With his recall complete, Ssebwalunyo will have to fight for his position against Nafian Alionzi and James Alitho who has since returned to the club this summer.
His presence will also be important as Simeon Masaba’s side intensifies preparations for the forthcoming CAF Confederations Cup Preliminary round fixture against Ethiopian Coffee this Sunday.