Brandts pleased with league start

AFTER a 100 percent start to the 2010/2011 Primus National Football League, APR coach Ernie Brandts does not see why his guns cannot go on to retain the league title.“I haven’t been here long but I’m already enjoying myself. I have a good team and I love the energy they give in every game,” the Dutchman said before adding that club fans should brace themselves for more attractive football.
Brandts has promised to transform APR into a vastly attacking side.
Brandts has promised to transform APR into a vastly attacking side.

AFTER a 100 percent start to the 2010/2011 Primus National Football League, APR coach Ernie Brandts does not see why his guns cannot go on to retain the league title.
“I haven’t been here long but I’m already enjoying myself. I have a good team and I love the energy they give in every game,” the Dutchman said before adding that club fans should brace themselves for more attractive football.

Together with my coaching staff, I’m trying to make this team play more attractive football,” he said. 
On top of retaining the Cecafa Club Championship and Primus National Football League titles, the 54-year-old wants to do want no other APR coach has done before; steer the side to the quarter-finals of the 2010 Orange Champions league.

Despite missing out on the preseason Primus Cup, the army side has enjoyed a good start in the PNFL. The eleven-time champions top the charts with nine points after winning their opening three matches against Mukura (1-0), Amagaju (1-0) and Sunday’s 2-1 win over SC Kiyovu.

Abbas Rassou and Kabange Twite were on target for the military side while Dady Birori scored the green baggies’ consolation.

Iranian club Rah Ahan, PSV Eindhoven, RKSV Nuenen and NAC Breda of Holland are some of the clubs Brandts has managed in the past.

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