Rwandan National football coach Micho Sredojevic has revealed that he has reached his limits in his 20 years of coaching. Micho, who has also coached in Uganda and Ethiopia at club level, watched helplessly as his team lost 1-2 to Mali in a crucial qualifier at Amahoro stadium.
Rwandan team, the Amavubi, lost to Mali over the weekend in the 2014 World Cup qualifier match in Kigali. Micho, who has also coached in Uganda and Ethiopia at club level, watched helplessly as his team lost 1-2 to Mali in a crucial qualifier at Amahoro stadium.
He revealed that he has done all he could to build his team with the available resources. The coach told the press shortly after the match that the Amavubi met strong opponents who have been the most consistent team on the continent in the last couple of months.
Rwanda scored in the 37th minute through striker Meddie Kagere but goals from Mamadou Samassa and Mohamed Sissoko denied the home team victory.
The Rwandan coach says that despite losing at home, he is satisfied with the way his team played.
This loss means Rwanda is technically out of the running for Brazil 2014.
The Malian Eagles are now on top of Group H with six points followed by fellow West Africans Benin with four points. Algeria is in third position with three points while with only a point from three outings come last.
Rwanda now have to win their remaining three games and hope that Mali slips at the top of the table for the Amavubi to stand a chance of qualifying.