By AFESEH APONG
Sports writer, Cameroon.

Northwest regional league side Rangers FC of Bafut, have secured the services of Ndikum Blaise on a one season contract.

35 year old NDIKUM BLAISE TENGOH this Saturday evening in Douala, put pen to paper for a one year contract with Rangers FC of Bafut. Kick442.com understands that Blaise met with the president of Bafut Rangers, George Neba in Douala, where the deal was finalized.

Blaise (left) shakes hands with the president of Bafut Rangers

Bafut Rangers were one of the heavyweights in the Northwest regional league last term, but failed to make it to the finals, after they were eliminated at the quarter finals by Foncha street FC of Bamenda. The determination of the management of the club to be amongst the contenders for the regional title in the up coming season, have seen them bringing in a coach who has experience with the top flight football in Cameroon.

Ndikum Blaise spend last season as deputy coach and Physical trainer with league one side PWD Social club of Bamenda, but parted company with the Abakwa boys after they finished in the bottom half of the league last term.

Blaise is a native of Awing in the Northwest region, and a graduate of the national institute for youths and sports (INJS), and has spend two years at CENAJES. He is a holder of a CAF license B, and current Divisional technical adviser of football in the Boyo division.

Speaking to kick442.com shortly after his appointment, Blaise said his priority is to take Rangers to the league two and write his name in the history of Cameroon football. “I will ensure that rangers becomes the best team in the northwest regional league and represent the region at the National interpols and why not winning an elite 2 ticket”, he said.

The teams objectives this season is to ascend to Elite 2. That is the task management has handed to me”, Blaise added.

Ndikum Blaise is married, and a father of two children, and now opens a new chapter in his coaching career.

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