Sibomana returns to Rayon, Sina ruled out

FORMER AMAVUBI Stars midfielder Hussein Sibomana has returned to Rayon Sports Football Club after apologising to the club for his past misdemeanors which led to his suspension last season.
Rayon Sports have welcomed back midfielder Hussein Sibomana, but the team manager insists rebel striker Jérôme Sina (pictured) won’t return to the club. Saturday Sport/File.
Rayon Sports have welcomed back midfielder Hussein Sibomana, but the team manager insists rebel striker Jérôme Sina (pictured) won’t return to the club. Saturday Sport/File.

FORMER AMAVUBI Stars midfielder Hussein Sibomana has returned to Rayon Sports Football Club after apologising to the club for his past misdemeanors which led to his suspension last season.

The national league champions started pre-season trainings two weeks ago ahead of the start of the new season which is scheduled to kick off on September 21.

According to the team manager Thierry Hitimana, Sibomana has submitted an apology letter which the club has accepted.

Hitimana said, “We have talked to him and he says he is committed to play for Rayon Sports again, but we have also told him it will be the last warning. If he repeats his indiscipline, the club will not hesitate to terminate his contract.”

The DR Congo-born former Kiyovu SC player went AWOL last November which led to the club imposing an indefinite suspension on him. Sibomana has one year left on his contract with Rayon Sports

“We are happy to have him back because we need a good central midfielder after we lost (Ugandan) Johnson Bagoole,” Hitimana added.

However, the team manager insisted that striker Jerome Sina will not return to the club after failing to communicate since he disappeared around the same time as Sibomana. Sina is reported to be in Congo.

“We are no longer interested in him, because he lied to us, he never tells the truth so we will not continue to run after him,” said the former Amavubi and Rayon defensive midfielder.

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