By Afeseh Apong
▪️PWD has ended their three weeks training camp in Yaoundé.
▪️The Abakwa Boys go on break, as no date as been set for their Cameroon cup final against Astres
PWD Social Football club of Bamenda has ended their three weeks training camp in Yaoundé. The Abakwa Boys rounded off their training camp on Friday, with two friendly games against the football team of the University of Yaoundé 1.
The Abakwa Boys won both games one nil and 3#1 respectively.
During their stay in the Nations Capital, the Cameroon cup finalist took part in a pre_season tournament, the International Solidarity tournament, where they were eliminated at the quarter final by Tonnere Kalara club.
“we decided to end our training camp because we don’t know the date for the final, so it is very difficult for us to keep preparing for something we don’t know when it is going to take place,” David Pagou told kick442.com
“We spend exactly 18 days in Yaoundé, during which we played four games at the Solidarity tournament. We won three and lose one via penalty shootout. We scored 10 goals and did not concede any, so I am happy because the guys are scoring many goals and if the final is tomorrow or any day, we’re ready to play. But for now we have liberated the players to go for holidays and spend time together with their families, since we don’t know when the final will take place.
Two time Cameroon cup finalist in 1967 and 1979, PWD Social Football club of Bamenda, will be hoping for third time luck, when their final against three time finalist Astres of Douala, is eventually programmed.
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