Ndayishimiye aims to use Cecafa form in local league

AMAVUBI Stars’ top scorer at the just concluded Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup, Yussuf Ndayishimiye wants to maintain his fine form so as to restore Rayon Sport’s striking force when the league resumes this weekend. Ndayishimiye told Times Sport on return from Kenya recently that his form is attributed to his recovery from a knee injury which had ruled him out of action for close to one month.
Yusuf Ndayishimye battles with a Mali defender during the African Youth Championship in January. The Rayon Sport striker scored five goals for the senior Amavubi side at the just ended Cecafa Challenge Cup.
Yusuf Ndayishimye battles with a Mali defender during the African Youth Championship in January. The Rayon Sport striker scored five goals for the senior Amavubi side at the just ended Cecafa Challenge Cup.

AMAVUBI Stars’ top scorer at the just concluded Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup, Yussuf Ndayishimiye wants to maintain his fine form so as to restore Rayon Sport’s striking force when the league resumes this weekend.

Ndayishimiye told Times Sport on return from Kenya recently that his form is attributed to his recovery from a knee injury which had ruled him out of action for close to one month.

“I am happy that I recovered successfully and scored goals for my country at the Challenge Cup in Kenya. I want to use my form to help Rayon Sport win the remaining league matches.

“I gained experience from this competition. I got to meet and play against very good defenders, a feat which helped to improve on my striking skills,” the 22-year-old said.

He added, “Now my aim is to bring that form from Cecafa into the local league. I hope I can help my club during the 2009/10 football league season,” Ndayishimiye said.

Ndayishimiye was Rwanda’s lead scorer with four goals, one goal behind tournament’s top scorer Mrisho Ngasa from Tanzania.

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