Edmund Okai Gyimah
Edmund Okai Gyimah
Kalebo Uwimbabazi was born to Rwandan parents in Sweden, and he is eligible to feature for either country at international level. / Net photo.
Rwandan youngster Uwimbabazi promoted to Pitea senior team
Burundian striker Abedi Bigirimana (with the ball) has played a vital role to keep SC Kiyovu at the top of the league table this season. / Photo: Courtesy.
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Prince Ampong, a Ghana-born holding midfielder, joined Rwandan side Etoile de l'Est last September.
Etoile enforcer Ampong resumes training
Andre Cassa Mbungo has previously coached top Rwandan clubs such as Police, AS Kigali, SC Kiyovu and Rayon Sports. / Net
Andre Cassa Mbungo: The Rwandan coach taking Kenyan league by storm
Sofiane Boufal (L) scored the solo goal to hand Morocco a winning start at this year's AFCON finals in Cameroon. / Net
AFCON 2021: Morocco edge Ghana in Group C clash
Emery Bayisenge (C), a Rwanda international defender, rejoined Bangladeshi side Saif Sporting Club last October. / Net
Emery Bayisenge's disallowed goal sparks controversy in Bangladesh
L-R: Maxime Wenssens, Matteo Nkurunziza, Hugo Bigirimana and Maik Muhozi. The four goalkeepers are all based in Europe, and the oldest is aged 22.
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Seydouba Soumah is one of the three players left behind in Kigali.
Three Guinean players left in Kigali after testing Covid-19 positive
Lamine Moro made only on appearance for AS Kigali during his three-month spell with the club.
AS Kigali part ways with Lamine Moro
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Thierry Hittimana.
Thierry Hitimana named new KMC head coach
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Roland Dzodze (L) with Bugesera striker and compatriot Sidick Sulley. / Photo: Courtesy.
Ghanaian striker Roland Dzodze to sign for Bugesera
Ashraf Karekezi (R) plays for FC Symphorinois in the Belgian lower division league. / Photo: Courtesy.
Ashraf Karekezi: The Rwandan kid carrying a big football name
Trey Ryan Itangishaka (L) and Nathan Itangishaka were born to Rwandan parents in Belgium. The former has represented the European country at U-17 level, but he is eligible to switch allegiance to Rwanda at senior level. / Net photo.
Itangishaka and Mihigo: Rwanda’s emerging football families in Europe
Amavubi head coach Vincent Mashami (R) shakes hands with his Guinean counterpart, Kaba Diawara, after Monday's friendly match at Amahoro Stadium. / Courtesy
Bright start to 2022: Can Amavubi continue the early good show?
AS Kigali forward Shaban u2018Tchabalalau2019 Hussein is the leagueu2019s top-scorer with six goals in 11 appearances. / Photo: File.
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George Lewis Igaba-Ishimwe, a Rwandan winger for Arsenal U-23 team, has been linked with a loan move to Portsmouth. / Net photo.
Four Rwandan players abroad likely to switch clubs in January

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