Joshua Letti Lubwama is one of the players who joined URA FC in the January transfer window.

The lanky versatile player signed from Wakiso Giants FC on a 2 year contract and has been influential since then.

“The tallest Muganda” as profoundly referred to in the football circles has become a main stay and an integral member of the team, starting all the six games in the second round with the team managing five wins.

While having a chat with the URA FC media, he opened up on what has helped him fit in easily.

“I am extremely happy with how things are going for me at URA FC so far. I knw it’s not easy for any player to fit in easily at any club but to me it’s not the case. I give thanks to my elder brother Hannington Ssebwalunyo who briefed me and told me everything about the club and when I came in I knew almost everything here. Secondly we are like family with my teammates and always pushing each other.”

He said before adding.

“That aside, our coaches also encourage us to work hard and also the fact that I joined the club when it’s not performing to it’s best pushes me to work hard so we get it to where it belongs.”

Lubwama along with Nicholas Kabonge, Alfred Leku and Joseph Ssemujju are the players who joined URA FC in January and have played a key role, guiding the club to five wins out of six games so far in the Startimes Uganda Premier League second round.

URA FC currently sit in 5th place on 29 points from 20 games

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