TS Galaxy goalkeeper Fiacre Ntwari says he will gladly share the intel with his Rwanda national team coach on Bafana Bafana ahead of the World Cup qualifier.
Rwanda will host South Africa in Huye on Tuesday, 21 November for their Group C of the 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
The 24-year-old is part of the 30-men Rwanda squad called up by coach Torsten Spittler Frank.
Ntwari helped Galaxy secure a semi-final spot in the Carking Knockout after two heroic performances in the Last 16 against Mamelodi Sundowns as well as in the quarter-finals against Sekhukhune United.
FIACRE NTWARI TO HELP HIS SIDE WITH INFORMATION ON BAFANA
“It’s good because I am the only one that plays here in South Africa [from the Rwanda squad]. So I will help my team because I know many players here in South Africa,” he said.
“I think I will help the coach how to play and to tell them more about South African players so yeah I will help him.
“I can’t tell you about the system that we play because we have a new coach now. But the players that he called into the squad have played together for two years. So I think we will play well. We will play at home and we can make something good,” he said.
HAS THE TS GALAXY KEEPER DONE ENOUGH TO CEMENT REGULAR POSITION?
Ntwari joined Galaxy at the beginning of the current season. He has failed to break into the starting XI with Vasilije Kolak being the preferred choice. But the former AS Kigali player believes his recent performances might have just earned him a regular place in the team.
“When I came to the club I sat on the bench for eight games. So I was waiting for my chance and I was confident that when the coach gives me an opportunity during the Sundowns game I will grab it and continue [to play],” he said.
“No player can be happy to sit on the bench. So I was fighting for my position and I am glad that now it’s coming.”
TS Galaxy will know their Carling Knockout semi-final opponents when the draw takes place on Monday evening.