Micho to send more local players for professional trials

Amavubi Stars head coach Milutin Sredojovic Micho has revealed to Times Sport that he is actively looking for professional clubs for more local players.
APR and Amavaubi midfielder Andrew Buteera (left) is one of the players being touted for professional ranks. The New Times / T. Kisambira.
APR and Amavaubi midfielder Andrew Buteera (left) is one of the players being touted for professional ranks. The New Times / T. Kisambira.

Amavubi Stars head coach Milutin Sredojovic Micho has revealed to Times Sport that he is actively looking for professional clubs for more local players.

Micho has already helped other players including skipper Olivier Karekezi to join Bizeritn, Meddie Kagere’s short-live a stint at Esperance Sportive de Zarsis in Tunisia and Mbuyu Twite, who joined Yanga of Tanzania.

The Serb, who has come under fire following Amavubi underperformances in the last couple of games, intimated to this paper that he is in touch with his friends both in African and Europe in a bid to have more Rwandan players join the paid ranks.

 “I am working hard to get some teams in Europe which can help our national team. I’m in close contact with some people, who want to help our national team,” he added.

Some of the players that are being helped to go pro include; Isonga midfielder Patrick Sibomana ‘Papy’, APR trio of Emery Bayisenge Andrew Buteera and Jean Claude Iranzi as well as Rayon Sport centre back Faustin Usengimana.

“I will do all I can to help our players to go out of the country, which can only benefit the national team,” explained the former St. George coach.

Micho also says he wants to keep the current Amavubi team together for as long as possible in a bid to make them to understand each other and gel as a solid unit.

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