BY AFESEH APONG
Sports writer kick442.com-Cameroon.
The head coach of PWD social club of Bamenda, David Pagou, has penned a heartfelt message to the Abakwa Boys family, following their exploits in the 2019/2020 Elite One season in Cameroon.
PWD was crowned champions of Cameroon for the first time in their 58-year-old history, following a decision from the Cameroon Football Federation on May 12, 2020, to end the 2019/2020 football season in the country.
David Pagou has been largely considered as the brain behind the Abakwa Boys scintillating run this season, as the team has witnessed tremendous improvement since he took over as head coach on September 17, 2019. Coach Pagou has been very vocal since his team was crowned champions, but has now taking to social media, to thank all those who contributed to the team’s success.
“Long live Champions, long live PWD of Bamenda. Peace awakens in us the spirit of sharing, it gives stability and durability. Many teams are destabilized because of the lack of peace. It makes it possible to speak the same language, to have constructive complicity. It opens the door to happiness, unites men (players) from all works of life, gives hope and secures the future. In our quest for success (peace), we have put a damper on our egos and personal interests to take into account the well-being of others, of the team (since the star is PWD)”, Pagou wrote.
The former Canon, Cosmos, APEJES and Renaissance tactician continued,
“Thanks guys for being receptive. We did it with no big names in our local football. Now we know you. The hardest part is ahead, but with your STATE OF MIND, you can do it again !!!
Thank you to President Pascal ABOUNDE and his staff (Dr Charly BOYO, Me NJOYA …) for allowing the team to be serene.
Thanks to Sakis, Justice Oben, Francis Aliwoh, Oba, Afeseh …. you were always listening to us.
Thank you to everyone who believed in us.
TAMA WANGO-MAYO BOLOGO-Franck NGOMSEU and myself. Glory returns to GOD”.
Coach David Pagou and his boys have a difficult task ahead, as they will be fighting on three fronts next season, defending their crown in the elite one, the Cameroon cup and most especially the CAF Champions league.
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