AMAVUBI in “group of death”

Dear editor, Though it seems that very few people are realising the hard work awaiting Amavubi, I see it otherwise.

Dear editor, 
Though it seems that very few people are realising the hard work awaiting Amavubi, I see it otherwise.

Egypt is no doubt the giant in African soccer; Algeria is equally tough and cannot be judged by a series of setbacks that has affected its performance; and Zambia is a tough stylistic team in Africa with great talents and determination.

But all these notwithstanding, the Rwandan team can do well in the coming tournament. So what does it take?

FERWAFA and its partners have to use all avenues possible to get first class players around the world.

Look at the Santos playing for the North African country, he is from Brazil but after getting nationality, he did a good job for the country. We can also get the best across the world to play for us and go after serving. We don’t care.

In addition, the team has to start training forthwith so that it develops competent skills and stamina.

If the concerned don’t heed tour advice, let them be sure to embrace public wrath.

KIMISAGARA

 

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