The Amavubi interim head coach and Rwanda Football Federation’s Assistant Technical Director Jimmy Mulisa is in Germany for a three-week International Coaching Course (Uefa B Level) for qualified coaches.
The Course which began on 4th until 25th is organized and sponsored by the Germany Football Federation (DFB) at the Hennef Sports Centre in Germany.
Mulisa left for Germany on Sunday after helping Amavubi hold Ghana to a 1-all draw away in Accra on Saturday in the final Group H Africa Nations’ Cup final.
The 32-year-old belongs to the golden generation that qualified and participated at 2004 Afcon in Tunisia, Rwanda’s debut and only appearance at the continent’s premier football showpiece.
Jimmy Mulisa (right) with Amavubi former head coach Johnny McKinstry
He made 37 international appearance for Amavubi team were he scored 21 goals after having played for Rwandan champions APR Fc, different European clubs such as Raec Mons, KRC Mechelen, RFC Tournai, KFC Hamme, SV Roeselare, KSK Beveren, Shakhter Karagandy, FC Vostok, AFC Tubize before retiring from professional football career in 2014 at T-Team FC of Malaysia having played 15 games, scoring eight goals.
Since last year, Mulisa was the assistant coach to Northern Ireland Amavubi coach Johnathan McKinstry before he was named interim head coach following McKinstry’s departure.
The training courses have proven to be effective in developing coaching skills. In the previous years, Grace Nyinawumuntu, head coach of the National Women’s team, Mashami Vincent (Bugesera Fc), Seninga Innocent, Thierry Hitimana and Andre Cassa Mbungo are among Rwandan coaches who have taken part in this course.
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