After multiple losses of the Amavubi by the regional teams, sports analysts put forward football academies as the only solution for undefeatable football champions from the scratch.
They argue that from scratch in schools, trainers can mentor the students and mold them before joining big teams.
Sadati Munyakazi a former president of Rayon Sport believes that it's time to rebuilding (our) football systems and start reinforcing sports from the young kids especially in schools.
He sees the initiative as 'the only alternative that the local sports are left with' instead of pointing fingers at the blameless coaching staffs.
"In the first place let us first dig out and see what is missing," he advised.
The former coach reminded that "some years back there used to be competitive inter-schools competitions but sadly they are no more".
"All the players are given everything they need to win, but all they can produce are disappointing results at the end of the day." He said referring to the loss of Amavubi to Uganda cranes.
The problem is not how players have selected their way to the national team. They are automatically recruited from nowhere to the national football clubs."
"There needs to be a built system that allows young kids to learn football lessons from their young ages like other conventional courses instead of accidental selections based on emotions and on their current forms." the football analyst advised.
The low-grade performances are seen in overall results and statistics of the Rwanda national team (amavubi), whereby the statistics show that in the last 23 games the national team played, they managed to win only 5, lost 9 times, and draw 9 games of which are absolutely not satisfactory.