Midfielder Keddy Nsanzimfura’s situation at APR FC is steadily going from bad to worse as he finds himself training with the club's junior team, ‘Intare FC’, after the club slapped him with a four-month suspension from the first team due to misconduct. The 19-year-old joined APR FC from Kiyovu in 2020 in a controversial transfer. The club insisted he was not for sale but the player forced a move to the army side as he hoped to flourish under the tutelage of head coach Adil Erradi Mohammed and win trophies that he was lacking while with the Green Baggies. The Moroccan coach never doubted his talent and pace in midfield. However, his career has been marred by bad behavior on and off the pitch and this has not been taken lightly by the club management which, as a result, handed him disciplinary sanctions in effort to help him stick to club values. The player was frozen out of Adil’s first team training for two months. But he never changed until the club decided to extend his sanctions. In a letter seen by Times Sport, club management informed Nsanzimfura that he will be training with the military side's junior team, Intare FC, until February 1, 2023. They also imposed a 50% salary deduction as a result of the player’s persistent misconduct at the club. “You are informed that, during your suspension from APR FC, you will be training with Intare FC,” the letter reads in part. There were reports that he rejected a loan to the Rubavu-based top flight club, Marines FC, as the best club for him to redefine his career but the club decided to send him to train with Intare FC for proper monitoring.