Niyonzima looking to impress Lechantre

Niyonzima has been on the sidelines for a long spell following a muscle problem

Simba midfielder Haruna Niyonzima is excited by the arrival of new coach Pierre Lechentre and is keen to get back to the field and impress Goal has learned.

Haruna who is currently injured and has been on the sidelines for a while, has spoken about his readiness to take his chances and impress the new coach when called upon.

Speaking to Goal Niyonzima said that  it is obvious whenever a new coach arrives every player wants to play at his best so as to draw the attention of the coach, and being on the sidelines makes him miss such opportunities.

Niyonzima hasn't played since the last 9th round of the league following a muscle problem.

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