Nyanza coach eyes top flight cash

NYANZA coach Hamza Rwabukwisi is desperate to have his team cashing in on the lucrative Primus League next season. That is expected to be the team’s driving force when they take on La Jeunesse in the second division first leg playoff this Saturday at Nyamirambo’s Regional stadium.

NYANZA coach Hamza Rwabukwisi is desperate to have his team cashing in on the lucrative Primus League next season.

That is expected to be the team’s driving force when they take on La Jeunesse in the second division first leg playoff this Saturday at Nyamirambo’s Regional stadium.

The Southern Province side last played in the top flight back in 2003 but Rwabukwisi feels it is time to make a return to the elite division.

“We recently received Rwf0.5m but know that we can earn more than double of that figure if we qualify for the 2010/2011 Primus league,” he said.

According to Rwabukwisi, the amount was given to players as bonuses for reaching the playoffs.

“That is what we have struggled for all season so it is only right that the players were rewarded for their effort.”

Nyanza finished the regular season unbeaten but are in for a tough test against a La Jeunesse side chasing for an instant return to the top flight after being relegated last season.

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