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Rwanda summons 27 for Mozambique, Cameroon AFCON ties

Posted on Nov 06 2019

The Rwanda Men’s senior team head coach Mashami Vincent has summoned a 27-man team to start preparations ahead of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations, Group F double qualifying ties against Mozambique and Cameroon due this month.

Rwanda plays Mozambique away in Maputo on November 14 before hosting hosts Cameroon in Kigali on November 17, 2019.

On Wednesday, the summoned 27-man provisional squad include 11 foreign-based players who include goal keeper Emery Mvuyekure (Tusker FC, Kenya), Bayisenge Emery (Saif Sporting Club, Bangladesh) and Rwatubyaye Abdul (Colorado Rapids, USA).

Others include Nirisarike Salomon (Pyunik FC, Armenie), Niyonzima Ally (Oman), Muhire Kevin (Misr El Makkasa, Egypt), Bizimana Djihad (Waasland Beveren, Belgium), Kagere Meddie (Simba SC, Tanzania), Tuyisenge Jacques (Pétro Atletico, Angola), Hakizimana Muhadjiri (Emirates Club, UAE) and Sibomana Patrick (Young Africans, Tanzania).

Following failed past campaigns, for Rwanda to compete at the 2021 edition, Amavubi has to stage impressive performances to at least finish on top of the standings to guarantee their safe passage to the second continental appearance.

Rwanda last participated at the 2004 competition but got eliminated in the group stage after losing one match to Tunisia; drew one match against Guinea and defeated DR Congo.

Rwanda Provisional Squad:
Ndayishimiye Eric (AS Kigali), Kimenyi Yves (Rayon Sports), Habarurema Gahungu (Police FC) and Mvuyekure Emery (Tusker FC, Kenya).

Defenders: Manzi Thierry (APR FC), Fitina Omborenga (APR FC), Imanishimwe Emmanuel (APR FC), Rutanga Eric (Rayon Sports), Mutsinzi Ange (APR FC), Bayisenge Emery (Saif Sporting Club, Bangladesh), Rwatubyaye Abdul (Colorado Rapids, USA) and Nirisarike Salomon (Pyunik FC, Armenia).

Midfielders: Niyonzima Haruna (AS Kigali), Iranzi Jean Claude (Rayon Sports), Niyonzima Ally (Al Bashaer, Oman), Niyonzima Olivier (APR FC), Nsabimana Eric (AS Kigali), Muhire Kevin (Misr El Makkasa, Misiri), Bizimana Djihad (Waasland Beveren, Belgium) and Manishimwe Djabel (APR FC).

Forwards: Mico Justin (Police FC), Usengimana Danny (APR FC), Kagere Meddie (Simba SC, Tanzania), Tuyisenge Jacques (Pétro Atletico, Angola), Hakizimana Muhadjiri (Emirates Club, UAE), Iyabivuze Osée (Police FC) and Sibomana Patrick (Young Africans, Tanzania).
Source: Ferwafa.rw

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