Rwanda: Rayon sports committee in the way of dismiss coach Masudi djuma.

Rayon Sports management has begun to speculate on the plans to fire their coach Masudi Djuma, who has yet to lose, with only 11 points in 21 games.

According to reports, the Rayon Sports Committee and some of the team’s players met on Monday, December 6, and decided to fire Masudi Djuma for poor performance.

Players including Youssef Rhab, Muhire Kevin, Nizigiyimana Abdul Karim known as Makenzi and Habimana Hussein met with the management yesterday to discuss the poor performance of the team.

The coaching staff, which had a one-year contract with the club’s most popular club in Rwanda, was expected to discuss the potential.

Rayon Sports have also started looking for a replacement for Masudi, where it is rumored that Irad Zaafouri from Tunisia is likely to be the new Rayon Sports coach in the coming days, according to Goran, who previously coached Police FC.

Rayon Sports have recently lost two major matches, including APR FC and Kiyovu Sports.

A 2-1 defeat to APR FC angered Rayon Sports fans who immediately lost confidence in coach Masudi.

The match was followed by a hard-fought 1-0 win over Etoile de l’Est and a 2-2 draw with Espoir Fc who survived as the Rusizi team missed a penalty.

Last week, Rayon Sports lost again to their rivals Kiyovu Sports 2-0, putting the team’s fans in the dark who were thinking of winning the league title this year.

After a 2-0 defeat to Kiyovu Sports, the outraged coach Masudi told reporters that his dismissal was not the answer to the team’s poor results but that he felt they would try to find a way to match the players.

“In football it is important to believe in what is happening. Let’s face it – it’s not just Rayon Sports, Manchester, Arsenal, all the teams that will be there.

All the coaches come and open the bag half. A coach who is not fired is not a coach. Mourinho fired, Manchester United manager fired tomorrow … Will Massoud’s dismissal solve the problems? It is important to know that. Life is God-given, not something. “

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