APR’s Spiers call on his young guns to remain vigilant
He said on Thursday that if APR is to wrestle the title from archrivals Rayon Sports, the military side should be consistent in their performances.
The 13-times league champions took outright lead at the top of the league table after a comfortable 2-0 win over newcomers Esperance FC at Stade de Kigali last weekend when all their contenders either drew or lost their matches.
Isaiah Isonga and Patrick ‘Pappy’ Sibomana scored for the army side. The German tactician has challenged his troops to build on their early season good form.
“Two wins out of two is a good start for APR. I am happy with the performances of the players in both matches but we want to be consistent in this league,”
“I am doing everything to ensure that these players remain focused and equipped with the mission of the club this season, which is to play good and victorious football,” said Spiers.
Spiers further added that he will continue to make sure that his team plays consistently well.
The fact that we are leading the table so early, everyone now is looking at us as the favourites, so we must live with that and hope we can carry on to the end, he explained.
APR, who ended last season empty-ended, kicked off their pursuit for this year’s league title with a 6-2 mauling of Marines FC the previous weekend.