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Rwanda missing match data

Postby boca » Tue Feb 07, 2012 3:58 am

Zimbabwe 29.11.2011:

Goals: Meddie Kegere 2X

Jean Claude Ndoli, Albert Ngabo, Jean Claude Iranzi, Eric Gasana, Ismail Nshutinamagara, Jean Baptiste Mugiraneza, Andrew Buteera, Charles Tibingana (Sina Jérôme), Haruna Niyonzima (Bokota Kamana Labama), Meddie Kagere, Olivier Karekezi (Ntamuhanga Tumaine).
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Postby boca » Tue Feb 07, 2012 4:35 am

Djibouti (02.12.2011.)

Scorers: Bokota Labama, Jean Baptista Mugiraneza, Olivier Karekezi 3x

Rwanda: Jean Luc Ndayishimiye, Charles Mwesigye Tibingana (Albert Ngabo), Jean Claude Iranzi, Emery Bayisenge, Ismail Nshutiyamagara, Andrew Buteera, Jean Baptista Mugiraneza, Ntamuhanga Tumaine, Jerome Sina (Meddie Kagera), Bokota Labama (Olivier Karekezi) and Haruna Niyonzima.
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Postby boca » Tue Feb 07, 2012 4:55 am

Zanzibar 5.12.2011.

Goals: Jean Baptist Mugiraneza and Meddie Kagere

Line-up: Jean Claude Ndoli, Ngabo Albert, Eric Gasana, Ndaka Frederic(Iranzi Jean Claude), Ismail Nshutiyamagara, Buteera Andrew(Bokota Kamana Labama), Jean Mugiraneza, Haruna Niyonzima, Ntamuhanga Tumaine(Sina Jerome), Meddie Kagere, Olivier Karekezi.
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Postby boca » Tue Feb 07, 2012 4:59 am

Sudan 8.12.2011.

Scorers: Jean Claude Iranzi and Olivier Karekezi.

Line-up: Ndoli, Ngabo, Nshutiyamagara, Bayisenge (Buteera), Ndaka, Gasana, Mugiraneza, Niyonzima, Iranzi, Kagere, Karekezi

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Postby boca » Tue Feb 07, 2012 3:40 pm

Malawi (17.11.2010.):

Scorer: Dady Birori

Line-up: Ndayishimiye, Haruna Niyonzima, Clément Mutunzi (Jamal Mwiseneza), Eric Gasana, Didier Kapet, Abuba Sibomana, JB Mugiraneza, Albert Ngabo, Iranzi, Atuhaire Kipson (Emmanuel Sebanani), Dady Birori.

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Postby boca » Tue Feb 07, 2012 7:06 pm

Tanzania 8.12.2010.:

Line-up: Jean Luc Ndayishimiye, Clément Mutunzi, Aimable Rucogoza, Eric Gasana, Abouba Sibomana, Jean Baptiste Mugiraneza, Tumaine Ntamuhanga, Jean Claude Iranzi, Haruna Niyonzima, Peter Kagabo, Dady Birori

(Kipson Atuheire)

p.s. I am not 100% sure, but most probably that Kipson Atuheire was the only substitute in the match.

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Postby boca » Tue Feb 07, 2012 11:39 pm

Zanzibar 09.01.2009.

RWANDA - 1. Patrick Rutayisire, 2. Bonny Hategikimana (3. Yahya Vigurumera/20. Papy Nkunda), 5. Yves Twajamahoro, 7. Pekeyake Tuyisenge (4. Donacien Tuyizire), 6. Aloua Gaseruka, 10. Kamana Bokota, 13. Elias Ntaganda, 15. Ismael Nshutuyamagara (captain), 16. Eric Gasana, 17. Jean Lomami (20. Papy Nkunda)

Scorers - Kamana Bokota (12'), Jean Pierrre Hakiri (15'), Jean Lomana (39')

There is some controversy about this match. Some sources say that one of the scorers was Jean Bosco Gasana??, some say Eric Gasana, and the source page says that the scorer for Zanzibar was Nadir "Canavarro" Haroub in 21', although Zanzibar lost 3-0!

p.s. I think Yahya Vigurumera is actually Yahya Ugirumurengera

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Postby Benjamin » Fri Feb 10, 2012 1:12 pm

Added all the line-ups, thank you very much. The only thing I didn't understand was the second goalscorer in Rwandas game against Tanzania in 2009, because Hakiri isn't mentioned in the line-up.
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Re: Rwanda missing match data

Postby boca » Wed Apr 22, 2015 12:11 pm

We have contradictory informations on Jean-Claude Iranzi. As a birthplace, we have Kigali, Rwanda. This article: http://www.newtimes.co.rw/section/artic ... -04/74359/, however, says that his birthplace is Democratic Republic of Congo. The birthdates also don't match (we have 1992-12-04, the article says 1990-10-05)...

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Re: Rwanda missing match data

Postby s2pid » Wed Apr 22, 2015 4:49 pm

We have contradictory informations on Jean-Claude Iranzi. As a birthplace, we have Kigali, Rwanda. This article: http://www.newtimes.co.rw/section/artic ... -04/74359/, however, says that his birthplace is Democratic Republic of Congo. The birthdates also don't match (we have 1992-12-04, the article says 1990-10-05)...
This is a common issue with pretty a big chunk of African players. DoB isn't clear with different DoB's reported and in some cases the PoB's aren't clear either.

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Re: Rwanda missing match data

Postby Benjamin » Thu Apr 23, 2015 10:33 am

Oh, that's nothing. Some african players have 4 or 5 birthday dates circulating.
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