He’s played 87 regular season and 11 playoff games in the MLS (Major League Soccer) for Chicago, Columbus, Dallas and New York. He’s made 21 appearances for his native Uganda. But before all that, Tenywa ‘T-Bone’ Bonseu was a Riverhound. Tenywa joins midfielder Justin Evans as the second of the original Hounds to return to Pittsburgh ten years after their inaugural season.

The 6'1, 185-pound Ugandan international, know for his durability and versatility, is back to bolster an improved Hounds squad. T-Bone can deploy as a center-back, right-back or defensive midfielder which should give manager Gene Klein plenty of options. With returning stars Nathan Salsi and Eddie Hayden, along with newcomer Nikola Katic, the Riverhounds will field a group of physically imposing defenders. League forwards take note: the fee to play inside the box will be payable in blood.


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