Former Gor Mahia defender Abouba Sibomana is ready to start a new life at his new club Rayon Sports.
The left back was released from K’Ogalo in January 2017 after spending two years with the Green Army and he has rejoined his home team Rayon Sports on a six-month deal.
Following a pale 2016 at Gor Mahia, the Rwandan international has vowed to work extra hard in order to earn playtime in Rwanda as he aims at joining foreign clubs thereafter. He is not worried by the fact that he will be facing another stiff competition against Eric Irambona terming such competitions as driving force towards a player’s success.
“I have signed a six months contract and I am looking forward to playing regular football once again as I continue to look for a new club outside Rwanda. I need to play regularly and regain match fitness.”
“Irambona is a very good player and I am happy that he is performing well. Such competition is very good because it will help both of us to work hard. As a player you have to ask yourself what you are not doing right when you are relegated to the bench,” he was quoted as saying to New Times.
Rayon Sports are currently leading the Rwandese National Soccer League with 33 points from 14 matches.