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Busoga United Football Club and midfielder David Bagoole by mutual consent agrees to part ways.



David Bagoole’s contribution to the Busoga United team has been marvellous since joining them in 2018 from OC Bukavu Dawa of DR Congo.

“Busoga United can confirm that Bagoole David has left the Club by mutual consent.” Reads part of the statement released by the Club.

Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Ndyabahika Andrew said: ” Bagoole David is a synonymous with the football club, as a player and son of the land will never change.”

“He is quite simply a Busoga United FC great, having helped transfer the identity and history of the club.” CEO noted.

The Busoga United FC club president and former Kirinya Jinja SS Head Ministress, Madam Nyago Diana and her board have heaped praise on the Bagoole David because of his great work offered towards the Club for the time he has been with them.

“I, the Club President DHT Nyago and the board’s gratitude and appreciation for Bagoole’s achievements can not and will never be underestimated.” Said Club President Diana Nyago in a statement.

“A decision like this can not be taken lightly, which has been discussed together at the length over the past few weeks. It is even harder given our close personal friendship.” She Continued.

“We wish ‘Tongo Po well for whatever the future holds and hope he enjoys so much deserved and well earned time with his prospective Football Family.”

Bagoole’s next destination is not yet revealed but reports coming in indicate that the midfielder maestro is on verge of joining UPL reigning Champions, SC Vipers.

Controversy, before the start of last season Bagoole David was unveiled by URA FC as their player and the deal didn’t materialise due to two parties. In this case, Busoaga United and URA FC failed to agree on the player transfer and which forced FUFA’s intervention and ruled that David should go back to Busoga United.

Bagoole is a young brother of the late and former Uganda Cranes forward, Johnson Bagoole.

He has previously turned out for SC Villa, Sofaka FC in Kenya, BUL FC and Bukavu Dawa.

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