Amagaju eye unbeaten home record

Amagaju FC head coach Abdul Bizimana Becken has challenged his team to finish this year's National Football League season without losing a game at their home ground as they prepare to host champions APR on Saturday.

Amagaju FC head coach Abdul Bizimana Becken has challenged his team to finish this year’s National Football League season without losing a game at their home ground as they prepare to host champions APR on Saturday.

Amagaju is on a good run after collecting 12 points from nine league games. Of the nine games, the Southern province based side has played 4 at Nyagisenyi stadium, winning two and drawing 2.

No team in Rwanda has gone an entire season without losing at their own ground but Becken, who joined Amagaju this season says it is something that he wants to achieve.

“Every club sets their own targets and ours this season was not to lose any of our home games. So far we have managed to hold big teams like AS Kigali, Police and defeated Kiyovu,” Bizimana said adding that he told his players to respect home advantage because it is hard to win away games.

Meanwhile the former Etincelles Coach said that there is no new injury at the club as they prepare to face an APR side that is still recovering from two consecutive losses in the league and the Ombudsman Cup.

Amagaju, who finished 11th last season will take on APR, Isonga and Etincelles in their next three home games.

National Football league

Saturday

Amagajuvs APR (Nyamagabe)
IsongavsMukura (Kicukiro)
Musanzevs Police (Musanze)
Etincellesvs Marines (Tam Tam)
Espoirvs Sunrise (Espoir)

Sunday

Rayon Sports vs AS Kigali (Muhanga)
Gicumbivs SC Kiyovu (Gicumbi)

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