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Rwanda have yet to really make their mark in African competition, having only appeared in one Nations Cup finals in their history.
That was in 2004 when they travelled to Tunisia, but narrowly missed out on a place in the quarterfinals after a win over DR Congo and a creditable draw with Guinea.
They have never qualified for the World Cup finals, but did taste success in the regional CECAFA tournament in 1999, their one triumph at international level.
The team is led by Croatian Branko Tucak, who has previous experience in coaching in Sudan with Al-Merreikh and Al-Hilal, having also been in charge of teams in his native country, Kuwait and France.
The current national side is made up mostly of home-based players, with a few notable exceptions in the form of striker Henri Munyaneza of Germinal Beerschot in Belgium, defender Hamad Ndikumana of Omonia Nicosia, and midfielders Olivier Karekezi and Bobo Bola, who play in the lower leagues of Norway and Sweden respectively.
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