Rayon coach warns against complacency ahead of today’s crucial Caf tie

Rayon Sports Interim Coach Sosthene Habimana has urged his players to finish what they started two weeks ago in Cameroon by defeating Panthere du Nde in today’s Orange Confederation Cup return leg at Amahoro Stadium.

Rayon Sports Interim Coach Sosthène Habimana has urged his players to finish what they started two weeks ago in Cameroon by defeating Panthère du Nde in today’s Orange Confederation Cup return leg at Amahoro Stadium.

Rayon Sports won the first leg 1-0 in Douala after midfielder Leon Uwambajimana scored an early goal in a game that the blues dominated but missed several easy chances which included a penalty that Blues Captain Fuadi Ndayisenga blasted over the bar.

“We played well in the first leg and although we hold an advantage, we will not bank on that.

This is another game that we must win,” Habimana said adding that his players have already moved on from their 4-0 drubbing by rivals APR.

The blues will miss midfielder Sina Jerome who is ineligible to play in the tournament. However, new recruit Pierrot Kwizera is available for selection.

Kenyan referee Anthony Ogwayo Omondi will officiate the game. If Rayon Sports wins today’s game, they will take on Zamalek of Egypt.

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