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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.
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Lamine Moro made only on appearance for AS Kigali during his three-month spell with the club.
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Thierry Hittimana.
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Roland Dzodze (L) with Bugesera striker and compatriot Sidick Sulley. / Photo: Courtesy.
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Ashraf Karekezi (R) plays for FC Symphorinois in the Belgian lower division league. / Photo: Courtesy.
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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.
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Amavubi head coach Vincent Mashami (R) shakes hands with his Guinean counterpart, Kaba Diawara, after Monday's friendly match at Amahoro Stadium. / Courtesy
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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.
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Eric Ndayisenga plays for Norwegian third tier side Vard Haugesund.
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(L-R) Yves Mitsindo, Bertrand Nishimwe, Sanders Ngabo, Tuyishime Byamana, and Joel Mugisha.
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Claude Kamoso eager to make his mark at Etoile
Abdul Muniru has scored three goals in five appearances for Bugesera this season. / Photo: Courtesy.
Bugesera striker Muniru not perturbed by lack of playing time
Ronald Muvara joined Gisagara from APR in 2019. / Courtesy
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