Amavubi coach Sellas Tetteh is a renowned Christian, who begins and ends his press conferences with a prayer.
In fact, national team players are now accustomed to humbling themselves and thanking the almighty God before hoping onto the team bus after a training session.
On Sunday, the Ghanaian will need divine powers against the Swallows, who will be buoyed on by their crazy fans who felt robbed in the first leg.
The arrival of Olivier Karekezi, Bokota Labama, Kalisa Mao and Dady Birori gives Tetteh more options upfront but we have to wait and see which formation the unpredictable tactician uses.
While contract details of Tetteh’s two year deal have been jealously guarded by Ferwafa and the Ministry of Sports, Youth and Culture, inside sources have intimated to this paper that the Ghanaian gets a whopping $15,000 (Rwf 8.8m) per month, $2000 (Rwf 1.8m) for a win and $1000 (Rwf0.59m) for a draw.
With such a package, it will be difficult to give the U-20 World Cup winner a contract renewal, unless he does what Michael Nees and Tucak Branko failed to do – guide Rwanda to their second Africa Nations Cup.
Tetteh is already 14 months into his 2-year deal.