Nyinawumuntu to use offensive approach

U-20 women world cup qualifier TodayUganda v Rwanda (3.30pm) - Nakivubo THE National junior women team head coach Grace Nyinawumuntu said that her team would have an offensive approach when they clash with Uganda’s junior she-cranes this afternoon at Nakivubo.
OFFENSIVE APPROACH: Nyinawumuntu will go for an offensive approach this afternoon. (File photo)
OFFENSIVE APPROACH: Nyinawumuntu will go for an offensive approach this afternoon. (File photo)

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Uganda v Rwanda (3.30pm) - Nakivubo

THE National junior women team head coach Grace Nyinawumuntu said that her team would have an offensive approach when they clash with Uganda’s junior she-cranes this afternoon at Nakivubo.

Nyinawumuntu, who also doubles as AS Kigali’s head coach will start with her preferred 4-4-2 formation in the 2010 U-20 World Cup qualifier.

She however had slight concerns about the pitch.
“The pitch is not in very good condition but we shall not worry much about that. We are here to win and we shall do everything in our means to pull it off.”

The coach also dispelled claims that the rivalry of the men’s senior sides may creep in the tie.

“We are not bothered at all about the intense rivalries of the men’s senior sides, and I don’t think it will be a big factor in this game.”

Probable starting eleven:

Hyacinthe Tuyisenge, Djamilia Abimana, Ottilie Dusingizimana, Edith Umulisa, Clementine Mukamana, Jacqueline Nabana, Aimelie Safi, Shadia Uwamahirwe, Aime Flora Tuyizera, Yvonne Mukamaliza, Hyacinthe Uwingeneye.

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