L-R: Olivier Kwizera (Goalkeeper);  Haruna Niyonzima (Captain); Yannick Mukunzi - modelling the new Rwanda Amavubi Kit by AMS  [new goalkeeping; home and away kits by AMS are pictured at training camp ahead of Rwanda Amavubi v Mozambique, 13 June 2015  (Pic © Darren McKinstry / www.johnnymckinstry.com)]

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Rwanda - Highlights

 

 

AFCON 2017 - Mozambique- Group H Qualifier- Home (Kigali, Rwanda) - 4 June 2016

 

AFCON 2017 - Mauritius - Group H Qualifier - Home (Kigali, Rwanda) - 29 Mar 2016

 

AFCON 2017 - Mauritius - Group H Qualifier - Away (Belle Vue, Mauritius) - 26 Mar 2016

 

CHAN 2016 - DR Congo - Quarter Finals (Kigali, Rwanda) - 30 Jan 2016

 

CHAN 2016 - Morocco - Group A (Kigali, Rwanda) - 24 Jan 2016

 

CHAN 2016 - Gabon - Group A (Kigali, Rwanda) - 20 Jan 2016

 

CHAN 2016 - Ivory Coast - Group A (Kigali, Rwanda) - 16 Jan 2016

 

CECAFA 2015 - Final vs Uganda (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia) - 5 Dec 2015

 

CECAFA 2015 -Semi Final vs Sudan (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia) - 3 Dec 2015

 

Libya Home (Kigali, Rwanda) World Cup 2018 - 17 Nov 2015

 

Libya Away (Sousse, Tunisia) World Cup 2018 - 13 Nov 2015

 

Ghana Home (Kigali, Rwanda) AFCON 2017 - Group H Qualifier - 5 Sep 2015

 

Mozambique Away (Maputo, Mozambique) AFCON 2017 - Group H Qualifier - 12 Jun 2015

 

Rwanda - Highlights

 

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About Coach McKinstry

Coach McKinstry is a UEFA Pro Licensed Football Coach.  He is currently Head Coach of the Uganda National Team - the Uganda 'Cranes'.   By December 2019, after only 3 months in charge, Uganda had won CECAFA 2019; were sitting top of their AFCON qualification group; and had secured 9 wins and 1 draw from 10 games.

He was International Manager and Head Coach of the Rwanda National Football Team (2015-16). Within just 17 months he led Rwanda to a number of highs - including their first ever appearance in the knockout stages of a major international tournament (Quarter-finals of CHAN, Jan 2016) and finished runner-up in CECAFA (Dec 2105), being named 'Coach of the Tournament' for his efforts. 

He was Head Coach of the Sierra Leone National Men's Football team (2013-14). Within just over a year, he had led Sierra Leone to their highest ever FIFA World and African rankings - 7th in Africa and 50th in the World (August 2014).  He was Head Coach of Saif Sporting Club, Bangladesh Premier League (2018-19); and FK Kauno Zalgiris, Lithuanian A-Lyga (2017-18).  He is a European (UEFA), American (NSCAA) and university qualified football coach. 

Coach McKinstry is a member of 'Common Goal'. Together members seek to support high-impact organisations that harness the power of football to advance the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.

Quotes: What the media say

  • McKinstry has become one of the most rounded and well-travelled British coaches at the highest level abroad.

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    These Football Times
  • McKinstry has come close to a giant killing before, when his Sierra Leone side came within half an hour of defeating Herve Renard’s Cote d’Ivoire.

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    Ed Dove Goal.com
  • Very few 29-year-olds have managed a national football team. None have done it while that country is being brought to its knees by Ebola.

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    Ben Smith BBC Sport
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