Gomes express interest in Amavubi coaching slot
Former Rayon Sports head coach,Didier Gomes da Rosa has expressed his interest to manage Amavubi with assurance of guiding the national team to the 2016 Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) title.
He said recently from Cameroon where he is managing Coton Sport, Gomes said, “If given the Amavubi head coach role, I promise to help the nation win CHAN title in 2016,”
“I love Rwanda and it’s my second home and all I can do in my powers is to ensure that Amavubi wins the African championship which will be held on home soil,”
“Before heading to Cameroon, I talked to some football administrators in Rwanda and they know very well my ambitions, targets if given chance to manage the national team,”
“However, at the moment, I do not know if they think, I am the best candidate. We have to wait and see. If they think I am the perfect man for the job, then will handle this job with full hands and strive for excellence and victories,” added Gomes who helped
Rayon Sports win their first silverware last season after a 7-year title drought.
Gomes is among other candidates according to unconfirmed reports who have already talked to the local football federation, Ferwafa regarding the position which is set to go vacant in the upcoming days.
Others coaches include former Philipian head coach German Hans Michael Weiss, former Amavubi coaches Croatian Branko Tucak, Serbian Ratomir Dujkovic, former APR Dutch coach Rene Feller, Rayon Sports Belgium coach Luc Eymael, current Amavubi head coach Eric Nshimiyimana and former Malawi tactician Belgian Tom Saintfiet.
Current coach Eric Nshimiyimana alongside his technical team comprised of Jean Baptiste Kayiranga, goalkeeping coach Ibrahim Mugisha, team doctors Nuhu Assuman and Moussa Hakizimana will see their contract expiring this month.