Gisagara seek to impress at Africa Club championship
Gisagara Volleyball Club head Coach Fidele Nyirimana has said that they will do better in the Africa men’s club Championships which is set to be played in March 2018.
New head coach admitted that, with three key players they have signed, nothing will stop them from doing better in the Africa prestigious tournament.
They have signed right attacker Nelson Murangwa for one year from Tricolorul LMV Ploiesti in Romania and other two players from Ivan Bob Ongom from Sports S in Uganda and Nicolas Matui from Water Club in Kenya for two-year deals.
The defending champions have started intensive preparations for the national league which will start January, 13.
Gisagara coach Nyirimana believes the signing of three international players will raise the level of the team and help them do much better next season. Under Eric Gakwaya, Gisagara won the title in their first league trophy.
“We have signed better players. We have signed them in order to help us in league and other competitions we have ahead of us,” Nyirimana said.
Gisagara also have signed center player Vincent Gasongo Dusabimana and setter Eugene Tuyishimire from Univeristy of Kibungo (UNIK), others are Yves Niyonkuru and libero Peter Bigirimana from Rwanda Energy Group (REG).
Gisagara also lost key players center player Pierre Marshall Kwizera and left attacker Flavier Ndamukunda who joined REG while Patrick Kavalo Akumuntu joined UTB.