Rwanda’s head coach Sallas Tetteh has said he will only invite two professional players to boost his team for their first 2012 Orange CAf Africa Cup of Nations group H away game against Ivory Coast on September 4.
Although he did not give names during a press briefing in Kigali, the

Ghanaian born coach who won the Youth World Cup with Ghana said at the moment he cannot give names, but added that he will pick the two who have been so active with their respective clubs.
“The perimeter is simple-I’m looking at players who have been playing regularly. The pair will be made public sometime this week,” he added.
Among some of Rwanda’s key foreign based players include skipper Olivier Karekezi (Osters), Hamad Ndikumana (AEL Limassol), Boubakary Sadou (Ahly Tripoli), Patrick Mafisango (Azam), Aloua Gaseruka (El Merreikh) and striker Saidi Makasi (Difaa El Jadida).

As the team embarked on training last weekend, the technical bench were sent in panic after discovering that gifted midfielder Jean Baptist Mugiraneza had silently left the country for trials at Bundesliga side FC Koln in Germany.
“Mugiraneza talked to me about his intentions to go for trials in Germany but he did not specify when he would be leaving. Professionally, he should have done that,” the Ghanaian tactician said.