Ugandan footballer in Rwanda called Robert Mugabe scored in a rout
KIGALI – Rwanda league, Atraco 6 Jeunesse 1 – NEWLY signed Ugandans at Atraco got off to a winning form when the Rwanda national football league rolled off in Kigali over the weekend.
Ugandan tactician Sam Timbe, who moved to the Rwanda champions three weeks ago guided Atraco to a 6-1 demolition of newcomers Jeunesse with Johnson Bagoole, who joined him last week, scoring on his debut on Saturday.
Another Ugandan, striker Hamis Kitagenda, who moved their earlier was also on target alongside home boys Jean Lomami, (two goals), Robert Mugabe, Andre Lomami. The local press praised Timbe and Bagoole, whose side dominated the entire 90 minutes of match.
"Timbe’s side dominated the game throughout and Uganda’s Johnson Bagoole justified his transfer price tag by pulling the strings in the middle of the pack," Rwanda Times reported.
Bagoole has reportedly signed a two-year contract with the Rwanda Champions ranging between $5000(sh8m) and $10000 (sh16m) sign on fee and sh0.8m monthly salary. http://www.newvision.co.ug/D/8/30/653121