The club ‘s president, Theogene Ntampaka told the online, The Times of Rwanda that the caretaker coach is doing a good job and that the club will give him all relevant support needed to continue delivering.
He added as for now the club has no wish to hire the services of a new coach following the sacking of the Congolese born tactician Andy Mfutila a couple of weeks ago.
“At the moment we don’t need a new coach because Habimana is doing a great job, we will continue to give him support. He deserves credit for the fantastic job he has done. We want him to continue until the end of the season,”Ntampaka was quoted as saying.
The Rwandan club over the weekend humbled Cameroon’s Panthere Sportive du Nde 1-0 in the first leg of the continental tournament, Orange Caf Confederation Cup.
Meanwhile, Habimana has reportedly appealed to club supporters to rally behind the team saying he wants the club to start doing well the mission he said was possible as morale in the team was now high.
“I want Rayon Sports to start winning and it is possible. The spirit in camp is good but the fans need to get behind the team, it will help us move forward,” he declared.
Habimana was in-charge of the reins before Mfutila was hired in November last year, during which the club won seven games and lost one.