The New Times (Kigali)

4 January 2013

Rwanda: Musanze to Promote Five Players From Within

MUSANZE Football Club plans to promote five players from their talent detection centre this transfer window, according to head coach Hussein Barrack.

In a recent interview with Times Sport, Barrack confirmed that the team will not throw large sums of money to sign new players but instead will promote five players from within.

However, the coach confirmed his team is looking to sign one experienced striker to help improve their goal difference.

The Tanzania born coach did not mention the identity of the five players they intend to promote, but according to one source, striker Fiston Imanararora, 24 would be one of them.

"The identity of the players we intend to promote remains our secret until the process to register them is finished" he said.

He added, "We need to be consistent and also consolidate our position in the league that why we want to add five players to boost the squad for the second round."

The newly promoted team is currently in 6th position in the Primus National Football League with 17 points, level with APR FC but the champions have a better goals difference of 9 compared to Musanze's 6.

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