Kibuye coach adamant on top flight return

KIBUYE coach Casmir Nkurikiye is certain his team will win the return leg of the second division playoff tie against Muhanga on Sunday. The Western Province club, which was relegated from the top flight last season, saw their hopes of making a hasty return to the Primus League begged back after a 1-0 defeat in their first leg.

KIBUYE coach Casmir Nkurikiye is certain his team will win the return leg of the second division playoff tie against Muhanga on Sunday.

The Western Province club, which was relegated from the top flight last season, saw their hopes of making a hasty return to the Primus League begged back after a 1-0 defeat in their first leg.

However, Nkurikiye insists that the tie is far from over.
“It will be a hostile environment on Sunday but I have prepared my team well to deal with the atmosphere there.”
“We need to score more than one goal and not concede at all. It is as simple as that,” Nkurikiye said.

The other playoff tie pits Nyanza against La Jeunesse. The teams are square after a goalless draw in the first leg.
The winners of the respective ties will clash on June 5 to determine the champion of this year’s second division league.

A few weeks ago, all second division clubs were given Rwf0.5m as part of a Rwf335 million three-year sponsorship deal between Bralirwa and the local football governing body.

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