More is yet to come, says Espoir coach Ruremesha

Espoir Football Club head coach Emmanuel Ruremesha says more is yet to come from his team after they beat Peace Cup against Malaria winners AS Kigali 2-1 in Turbo King Football League last weekend.
Emmanuel Ruremesha
Emmanuel Ruremesha

Espoir Football Club head coach Emmanuel Ruremesha says more is yet to come from his team after they beat Peace Cup against Malaria winners AS Kigali 2-1 in Turbo King Football League last weekend.

The Western-province based side are in third position in the league with four points after two rounds of matches this season.

Ruremesha, who joined the club this season, set his players a target of finishing inside the top six at the end of the season and he believes his team is on track towards realising that objective.

Speaking to Saturday Sport yesterday, the former Kibuye, Atraco, Mukura, Rayon Sports and La Jeunesse tactician said his side has potential to reach their targets and be among the best teams in the league.

“It’s a dream start for us after two games but there is more to come from this team. The players have shown that they care about this club,” he said.

He noted, “We’re playing well and have gained four points from a possible six, which is a perfect return for us and I am happy with that, but we need to continue to work hard and put more points on board.”

“I am confident this team can finish in a higher position this season than it did last season,” Ruremesha hinted.

In their next league fixture, Espoir have a tricky encounter against Marines FC at Stade Umuganda next weekend. Marines stunned visiting Mukura 1-0 last weekend for their first win of the season

 

Have Your SayLeave a comment