Thomas Libiih on his part, laid emphasis on the concentration they will now put in their preparation for the world cup in Brazil. “We are thinking about the world cup. We need to see how we could have a good preparation and I will speak with the federation to see how we will prepare everything before the world cup” the former indomitable lion stated.,
In the relegation playoffs which are to be played in a fortnight, 6 teams will be involved and a total of 10 home and away matches would be played to determine the three clubs that will drop to the inferior League.
With the 18th day of play ended, no team from the Northwest Region is qualified to take part in the playoffs for the 2019 title of the League 1 championship
On April 28th, PWD will clash with 2nd placed Dragon FC before playoffs. A victory in the encounter could give the Abakwa boys assurance of staying in the league One championship.
The president said, the PUMA condition was unacceptable. FECAFOOT turned le Coq Sportif which proposed something better. He however did not disclose the details of the offer but announced that it shall be communicated during a General Assembly session with the executive committee of the federation.
The Indomitable Lionesses will be the first of Cameroon’s national teams to wear coq sportif from the 10th of June, during the women’s world cup to be hosted by France from 7 June to 7 July 2019.
If three points are grabbed in their next match, PWD club could be out of the red zone depending on the performance of the last two teams of group A ; Colombe and New Stars in their next games. Avion FC who are one point ahead of PWD could equally have an influence on the Bamenda club’s position, depending on how they play in their next match.
Gabsa averred that, the major problem which they have is that of building confidence in the population. He said most youths in the bushes and even some stakeholders believe they are playing tricks to bring the children out and kill them.
“The head of state has handed an olive branch of peace to all the ex-combatants nothing is going to happen to them”, the Regional coordinator stated.
They join Nigeria who were the first African country to grab a ticket for the world tournament, after beating Angola 1-0 on Wednesday April 17.
Coach Thomas Libiih and his squad have so far been successful since the start of the competition in Tanzania. In their first encounter, the lions recorded a 2-0 victory against GuineaBefore the encounter against Morocco on Thursday, the staff of the Cameroonian squad, had expressed much optimism. The coach promised a performance void of pressure.
This comes after government officials had decried the desecration of Cameroon’s flag on the 26th of January 2019, by members of the famous Brigade Anti-Sardinard (BAS) at diplomatic services abroad especially in Paris.
Moreover, the green, red ,yellow colours of the Cameroon flag have also been rubbished by pro-Ambazonia activists at home and abroad. Such have on many occaisions burned the national flag sparking outrage from authorities.
Biya’s supporters say the head of state simply acted in line with diplomatic practices towards a brotherly nation that has repeatedly showed concern over Cameroon’s challenges.
In the letter Tuesday, which Paul Biya equally shared on his Facebook page and Twitter handle, the President addressed the French public as well as the Conference of Bishops in France, saying he was deeply touched by the inferno.
As it stands, avoiding relegation requires intense work from coach Augustine Choupo and his boys. Two of PWD’s last three opponents Coton Sport and Dragon FC have been on top form since the start of the championship.
“Sometimes it is difficult to reintegrate them in the classes that they left and so there is a program that the Norwegian Refugee Council is building such that children like this could catch up with the rest of their peers,” Kilo stated.
“We are going to do our best to reinforce security measures to reinforce discipline. Discipline must be in the schools. There is no doubt if you have a child who does not want to be disciplined, that child should go back to the parents and live with the parents,”