Vision Sports FC of Bamenda will be representing the Northwest region at the upcoming national interpools in the feminine Category. This comes after the team was crowned Champions of the Northwest regional feminine league.

In just over three years of existence, Vision Sports FC has dominated Football in the Northwest, and will be in their third consecutive interpools participation (a competition that serves as qualifiers for the Cameroon feminine top tier). Vision Sports might have failed in their vision for the last two trials, but are determined to gain promotion to the top tier this time around.

In an exclusive interview with, the president of Vision Sports, Jephter Pase said “We need a female first division team in the Northwest region. Last year we tried and failed, but this year, with the talents we have, our mission is to go to the first division”.

As Vision Sports awaits an official date for the interpools to be announced, the management has been putting in all necessary efforts, to keep the girls active. “We have intensified training, I have added another coach to reinforce the technical staff and we are doing everything to keep the players together”, said Jephter Pase.

Bringing in Coach Dingha alias tactico, to reinforce a technical bench headed by coach Fang Fidel, is certainly a big boast to the squad. Vision Sports FC was eliminated in the quarter finals of Cameroon cup, by ASFF Diamare but the team’s management is confidence in the current squad. “The team I have now, I want to face but opponents like Louves MINPROFF and FAP, because I think they are our level. I have a solid team“, he added.

Going to the interpools, Vision Sports will certainly be counting on their charismatic Captain Tim Shalom, the solid defending of Ingrid, the Midfield dominance of Akwe Cleris plus the goal getting prowess of Mbanwie Blossom and Nagela Claudine.

The interpools are expected to take place before the end of this month, as Vision Sports FC eye’s one of the three tickets, to replace Social Filles du Mbam, AS Green City and Maranatha FC, who were all relegated at the end of last season.

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