Once again, a player who struggled to make his mark at Kaizer Chiefs has found himself unable to meet expectations, this time on a much grander stage where hopes and faith in his abilities ran high.
Despite contributing eight goals across all competitions during his time with Kaizer Chiefs, Bimenyimana was ultimately released from his contract.
The Penalty Predicament
A significant portion of Bimenyimana’s goals, five out of eight to be exact, came from penalties.
Notably, he secured a hat-trick of penalty goals against Stellenbosch FC in the league.
However, Chiefs harbored reservations about his overall performance and contribution to the team.
An Expected Departure
Upon his departure from Kaizer Chiefs, Bimenyimana’s farewell message hinted at a sense of relief, implying that he had been anticipating his exit for some time.
His departure marked the end of a chapter with the club.
A New Challenge in Libya
In an effort to rejuvenate his career, Bimenyimana has embarked on a fresh journey with Libyan club Al Ahly Benghazi.
With his move to a new club, he has the opportunity to start afresh and rediscover his form.
A Change in International Plans
It’s worth noting that Bimenyimana’s timing aligns with Burundi’s absence from the AFCON finals in Ivory Coast.
This gives him ample time to focus on his club career and work towards making a significant impact with Al Ahly Benghazi.
The story of a player like Bimenyimana serves as a reminder of the unpredictable nature of football careers.
Despite his struggles at Kaizer Chiefs and his departure from the club, his journey continues with a new challenge at Al Ahly Benghazi.
Football is full of ups and downs, and players often have to adapt and persevere through various obstacles.
Bimenyimana now has the opportunity to prove himself and revive his career in a different environment, and football enthusiasts will be curious to see how he fares in this new chapter.