Northwest flag bearers at the 2019 national interpools, Foncha Street FC of Bamenda will play Yong sports Academy of Bamenda this Sunday August 18, 2019, in a friendly game.

The game is scheduled at the Big Mankon field, at 2pm, and will be Foncha Street’s last encounter with the Bamenda public, before they leave for the national interpools. Coach Anumewa Frankline and his boys will used the occasion to receive the blessings of the people of Northwest, as he reiterates the objectives of his team. “Our objective I to grab a ticket for the league two. So the match against YOSA is important for us because YOSA is a big club and the match is like a farewell match for us“, Anumewa told

Foncha Street FC is expected to leave Bamenda on Tuesday, for Yaounde, before embarking the journey to Bertoua on Wednesday. Anumewa Frankline has given positive updates, in relation to his teams injury worries. “Before playing the finals of the regional League, we had some few players who were out injured, but now all of them are physically fit and back in training. The team is Complete”.

Coach Anumewa Frankline will be in his second interpools, after that of last year, when he was deputy coach of Rainbow FC. He hopes the experience of last year, will be vital in the way he handles his team in Bertoua.

Coach A. Frankline speaking to 

I’m so confident to go and qualify, because last year was my first year as a coach, with Rainbow. We did not succeed, but I believe that I had some experience there. So I will go now and correct the mistakes of last year”.

Rainbow is paired in group C of the interpools, together with Étoile Filante of Garoua, and Mercure SA of Bafia, and will kick off their first ever interpools against Étoile Filante.

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