Ferwafa have already booked accommodation and training facilities for the Amavubi team ahead of the 2010 World/Africa Cup qualifier against Zambia on June 6. The local football governing body’s CEO Jules Kalisa confirmed the reports in a phone interview with Times Sport.
“We have booked accommodation and even arranged a training ground in Chililabombwe town where the World Cup qualifier will be played,” he said.
Meanwhile, Amavubi Stars coach Branko Tucak has dropped three players from the Amavubi squad after Wednesday’s eye-catching match between two Amavubi select sides (A&B).
The league leading scorer Jean Lomami (Atraco) and Rayon Sport duo of Yussuf Ndayishimiye and Akiri Mabula are the victims.
Amavubi departs for Blantyre on June 28 to face Malawi in a friendly match before connecting to Lusaka on June 3 for the Zambia clash three days after.
Rwanda needs a good result in Zambia to keep their qualification hopes alive after drawing their first game against Algeria. Rwanda is drawn in Group C alongside Egypt, Zambia and Algeria.
Egypt will play away to Algeria on June 7 in a Northern Africa affair.