Bizi tips APR to title

Mukura head coach Rajab Bizimuremyi has admitted that APR have higher chances of winning this year’s Primus National league title.The 43-year old has conceded that the reigning champions are the strongest club in Rwanda.

Mukura head coach Rajab Bizimuremyi has admitted that APR have higher chances of winning this year’s Primus National league title.
The 43-year old has conceded that the reigning champions are the strongest club in Rwanda.

On top their excellence on the pitch, Bizimuremyi also says that the club has a solid financial muscle to keep their players smiling unlike most of the league clubs who rely on empty promises towards their players.

 “APR is a rich and well organised club. The club management works for the success of the club,” Bizimuremyi said.

Adding that, “You will hardly find any wrangles with in their committee.”

Bizimuremyi believes that other title contenders like Rayon Sports, Atraco and Mukura have lots of issues to settle before they can comfortably challenge APR for the title.

He pointed out that to compete with a club of APR’s caliber, you should be strong financially and well organized.

Despite yesterday’s 1-2 loss to Atraco, the eight-time league champions and reigning champions APR still top the league charts with 55 points, three ahead of Les Blues and four ahead of Atraco.

According to Bizimuremyi, Sunday’s clash between APR and Rayon Sport will determine who takes this year’s league.

Since Bizimuremyi’s arrival at the Huye based club shortly before the second round kick-off, Mukura has only lost to APR, drawn with Police and won all the other fixtures.
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