Amagaju, Marines in relegation battle

AMAGAJU Coach Benjamin Nshimiyimana is convinced his side will survive the drop by beating Marines this Saturday in the National Primus league. The Southern Province club is two points adrift of Marines and only a win can save them from dropping to the second division.

AMAGAJU Coach Benjamin Nshimiyimana is convinced his side will survive the drop by beating Marines this Saturday in the National Primus league.

The Southern Province club is two points adrift of Marines and only a win can save them from dropping to the second division.

Nshimiyimana, who concedes that his team will be the one under pressure on Saturday, is backing his players to put in a good display in front of their fans.

“I’m well aware of the immense pressure that the players will be under but with the backing of our fans, I’m confident that we will beat Marines,” he said before adding, “Only a win can save us and that is what we will be going for.”

After Bralirwa’s huge sponsorship package (Rwf335m) for the next two seasons, clubs are desperate not to be relegated.

Muhanga and La Jeunesse are the teams who were promoted to the top flight next season.

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