Northern Irish International, 29-year-old Johnny McKinstry is the latest to put himself forward for the vacant Amavubi manager’s job to replace Englishman Stephen Constantine who resigned last month, according to a couple of sources with knowledge of the situation.
The Former Sierra Leone head coach, who was in charge of Leone Stars from April 2013 until September 2014 is ready for a new challenge.
McKinstry who in just 18 months moved Sierra Leone into the top 50 of the world is one of the youngest managers in the international scene.
After failing to register a win in his first two matches of the African Nations Cup qualifiers against Ivory Coast and DR Congo he was sacked by the Ministry of Sports.
At age 27, Johnny McKinstry manages Sierra Leone replacing experienced Swedish-born Lars-Olof Mattsson.
Rwanda Football Federation searching for whom to replace Stephen Constantine, however two more candidates’ have also expressed their interest.
Former Zimbabwe head coach Roy Barreto and Rayon Sports head coach Andy Magloire Mfutila both interested.