Burundi Intamba Mu Rugamba is set to begin preparations for the African Cup of Nations (CAN-U23) qualifiers against Congo Brazzaville Red Devils in Bujumbura.
There are only 9 days remain for the selection of Intamba Mu Rugamba under 23 to meet the Red Devils of Congo Brazzaville.
The match between Burundi Intamba Mu Rugamba and the Red Devils from Congo Brazzaville will be played at Prince Louis Rwagasore Stadium on March 20 in Bujumbura, in a first leg countdown to the CAN U-23 playoffs.
No time to waste. “The actual training begins this Wednesday. What we are doing right now is scrubbing the players who are here to help them better rest after multiple games played recently in the Primus League and the President’s Cup.” says the coach of the National team of Burundi.
#Burundi Il ne reste que 9 jours pour que la sélection des Intamba mu Rugamba #U_23 croise le fer avec les Diables Rouge du Congo #Brazzaville.
Ce sera au Stade Prince Louis Rwagasore, le 20 mars dans un match aller, comptant pour les éliminatoires, #CAN2019 pic.twitter.com/WyyRKoOw6R
— F.F.B (@BurundiFF) March 13, 2019
Waiting for players who play abroad, 17 of the official selection are already at the National Technical Center of the Football Federation of Burundi (FFB). Other players like Mussa Nahimana and Mohamed Amissi are expected to arrive this Friday and Sunday, March 15th and 17th as the Coach of the National team admits.
Here is the final list of Intamba Mu Rugamba players convened for Congo Brazzaville tie:
Rukundo Onesime (Messager Ngozi)
Mutombora Fabien (Vipers)
Ndizeye Aimé Fales (Aigle Noir)
Moussa Muryango (Vital’o Fc)
Éric Ndizeye (Musongati)
Moussa Omar (Sofapaka)
Chancel Ndaye (Rukinzo)
Kashindi Joseph (Musongati)
Ndikumana Chris (Musongati)
Bigirimana Ramadhan (Stand United)
Nahimana Moussa (Global football academy)
Nyange Yousouf (Aigle Noir)
Shabani Muryango Mabano (Aigle Noir)
Ndikumana Moussa (Bujumbura city)
Ndikumana Trésor (Amagaju)
Iddy Museremu (Messager Ngozi)
Kanakimana Bienvenue (Aigle Noir)
Aoron Musore (Musongati)
Amissi Mohamed (Nac Breda)
Mavugo Cédric (Aigle Noir)
Saïdi Irakoze (Musongati Fc)
Gakiza Aimé (Messager Bujumbura)
Shaka Bienvenue (Etoile du Sahel)
Éric Ndoriyobija (Stand United)
Jules Ulimwengu (Rayon sport)
Kubuntu Ismaïl (L.L.B S4A).
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