Ntagwabira starts mind games

As he prepares Kiyovu for clash against rivals Rayon PNFL Saturday APR vs MuhangaAS Kigali vs La JeunesseMarines vs AmagajuMukura vs Musanze Sunday Etincelles vs PoliceSC Kiyovu vs Rayon Sports
CONFIDENT: SC. Kiyovu coach Jean Marie Ntagwabira has started mind games ahead of Sunday’s big game against Rayon Sports. (File photo)
CONFIDENT: SC. Kiyovu coach Jean Marie Ntagwabira has started mind games ahead of Sunday’s big game against Rayon Sports. (File photo)

As he prepares Kiyovu for clash against rivals Rayon

PNFL

Saturday

APR vs Muhanga
AS Kigali vs La Jeunesse
Marines vs Amagaju
Mukura vs Musanze

Sunday

Etincelles vs Police
SC Kiyovu vs Rayon Sports

SPORTS Club Kiyovu head coach, Jean Marie Ntagwabira, has stoked the fires ahead of his team’s Primus National Football League clash on Sunday against archrivals Rayon Sports, claiming the Blues are not as scary as they used to be.

Ntagwabira’s side is currently two points ahead of Rayon Sports, who are currently under a new lease of life having being taken over by local media entrepreneur Albert Rudatsimburwa, who has promised Blues’ fans a revival of the glorious days of the 1990s.

Talking to Times Sport yesterday, Ntagwabira, said he is not scared of the Blues, and that he will be seeking a win to open up a five point lead over their arch rivals.

“I don’t think they are a big club, squad wise, like they used to be in the late 1990s and early 2000.

“And in any case, we’re well prepared for the game on Sunday; I’m pretty confident we will take three points off them,” noted the former APR and Atraco coach.”

However, the ex-Rwandan international has concerns over the fitness levels of two of his key players, Jabir Mutarambirwa and Jean Shyaka.

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