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Amavubi vs Seychelles: Haruna Niyonzima recalled to Rwanda's football team

Devdiscourse News Desk | Kigali | Updated: 26-08-2019 15:45 IST | Created: 26-08-2019 15:35 IST
Amavubi vs Seychelles: Haruna Niyonzima recalled to Rwanda's football team
Image Credit: Twitter (Simba SC)

Midfielder Haruna Niyonzima has been recalled in Rwanda's national football team for the match against Seychelles in the preliminary round of the FIFA World Cup qualifiers. Niyonzima has not been a part of the Amavubi squad from the last 2 years.

Amavubi provisional squad for the qualifier matches against Seychelles was announced on Monday.

The Pirates of Seychelles will host the first-leg at the People's Stadium and Rwanda will host the decider match at Kigali Stadium on September 10.

Haruna Niyonzima has also played as a midfielder for Tanzanian club Simba in his career as a footballer.



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