Police seek to keep setting the pace

FOR YEARS it has been a cliché for football fans to anticipate APR and Rayon Sports as the title contenders in the National Football League. The other teams are generally labelled title pretenders.
Gabriel Mugabo (C) celebrates with his teammates after scoring Police’s fourth goal in the 5-0 win against Kiyovu on Wednesday. (Timothy Kisambira)
Gabriel Mugabo (C) celebrates with his teammates after scoring Police’s fourth goal in the 5-0 win against Kiyovu on Wednesday. (Timothy Kisambira)

Today

SC Kiyovu           vs       Mukura        3:30pm

AS Kigali             vs       Marines

Espoir                  vs       Isonga

Gicumbi              vs       Amagaju

APR                     vs       Etincelles

Sunrise                vs       Police

Sunday

Rayon Sports      vs       Musanze     3:30pm

FOR YEARS it has been a cliché for football fans to anticipate APR and Rayon Sports as the title contenders in the National Football League. The other teams are generally labelled title pretenders.

However, this might not be the case in this year’s national league. There is a new challenger in the fray with clear credentials to change the status quo. After two games in the national football league; Police FC has displayed an impressive run in style so far and it is the team to watch.

Six goals scored including a hat-trick by captain Jacques Tuyisenge is worth writing home about and the manner in which Andre Cassa Mbungo’s side has followed strict instructions to showcase an attractive brand of football has been the heart of his side’s success since he took over in July.

It is still early with 24 more games still to play but what better way to make intentions clear this early than to win games convincingly.

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