Cameroon Elite I:Rallying Cry For Return Of Fans

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Fans are expected to return to stadiums in their numbers to cheer their teams as the second phase of the season kicks off

The Transitional Committee For Professional Football, CFTP has issued a rallying cry for fans to return to the stadium with the resumption of the Elite I.

The Committee made the call last week while evaluating the road covered in the first phase of the championship and preparations for the start of the second phase of the season.

Meeting in Yaounde for an ordinary session in the presence of the President of the Cameroon Football Federation, Samuel Eto’o, members resolved to work hard to bring fans to the stadiums by delivering top quality football during the second phase of the season.

Movement Of Players, Coaches At Elite I, II Clubs

The mid-season break has offered the opportunity to some Cameroonian clubs to reinforce themselves in order to prepare for the resumption of the second phase of the mseason.

It is the case with Rangers FC of Bafut who have acquired the services of Jeunie Nguegom as their new head coach. He was appointed at the end of last week on a deal till the end of the season, replacing Tabod Tachick was was sacked earlier.

He has been handed the task of maintaining Rangers FC of Bafut in the Elite II and even aim higher as the club sits just above the relegation spots but are six points from the top. Jeunie Nguegom looks like the man for the task after emerging champions of the 2022 National Interpools with Aigle of Nkongsamba.

 Another club that has changed coaches is Racing Football Club of Bafoussam who have acquired the services of former Indomitable Lions defender, Thomas Libih. He joined the club at the end of last week, replacing, Boniface Njie Biba who was fired despite leading the club to fifth place with 18 points in the first half of the season.

Thomas Libih has now been handed the baton to go all out and chase the two top spots which guarantee direct promotion into the top flight.

Up in the top flight, Fovu of Baham have reinforced their ranks with a couple of mid-season signings to get into the second half of the season.

At the end of last week, the club announced the signing of forward, Jeff Ngongang who is back home after a stint in Zambia with Indeni FC. The club also welcomed the return of midfielder Stephane Ikpeme after a stint in Turkey as well as the signing of midfielder Bakinen from the Kadji Sports Academy.

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