Tuesday, 5 January 2016
SPORTS: INTERMEDIATE LIONS TO CLASH WITH AMAYUBIS OF RWANDA JAN 16
23 players of the Intermediate Lions of Cameroon are presently in Ruvabu, capital of the Western province of Rwanda preparing for their warm up game against the Amavubi of Awanda at 15:00 pm (Cameroon Time) January 6.
The team is also brazing up for the 4th edition of the African Nations Championship that opens on the 16th of January in Rwanda. Coach Martin Ndtoungou Mpile and boys had a reconnaissance training session on the artificial pitch of the Amagunda Stadium a few hours after arrival.
|Intermediate Lions: Pitch Recognissance|
After that game, the team will train for 5 days in Kigali and move to Uganda for another friendly against The Cranes on the 13th of January.
The Intermediate Lions who were absent in the last competition will play in group B based in Butare alongside The D.R. Congo, Angola and Ethiopia. They open on the 17th against The Palancas Negras.
Team Press officer of the intermediate Lions, Simon Lyonga said the competition would be tough given that all the teams are there to win.
|Intermediate Lions:Training Session|
Here is list of 23 Players who are in Rwanda:
Goalkeepers (03): 1. Hugo Nyame (Botafogo) 2. Abogo Pierre (Tonnerre K.C) 3. Anye Derrick (Union Douala)
Defenders (08): 4. Mbimbe Aaron (New Stars Douala) 5. Mohammed Djetei (Union Douala) 6. Kombi Mandjang (Union Douala) 7. Kingue Mpondo (Coton Sport) 8. Ngwem Joseph (Unisport Haut-Nkam) 9. Manga Mba (Coton Sport/ New Stars) 10. Owona Mbassegue (Dragon) 11. Atangana Mvondo (Coton Sport)
Midfielders (06): 12. Zock a Bep Christian (Cosmos Mbam) 13. Oum Gouet (Apejes Mfou) 14. Franck Boya (Apejes Mfou) 15. Mogou Ghislain (Yong Sport Academy) 16. Ambane Mombourou (Ouragan Yaounde/D2) 17. Ojong Nkongho (Yong Sport Academy)
Attackers (06): 18. Atouba Yazid (Coton Sport) 19. Ngondji Ngondji Armel (Fovu Baham) 20. Souleymanou Moussa (Coton Sport) 21. Nlend Samuel (Union Douala) 22. Ngah Ronald (NJalla Quan Sports Academy) 23. Nicolas Brice Moumi Ngamaleu (Coton Sport).
Courtesy Solomon Amabo's Blog