By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon
Chadian custodian Adoum Deffalah is in Cameroon as his edges closer to joining the rest of the Yong Sports Academy of Bamenda squad.
As reported by kick442.com a last week , the former Gazelle of N’Djamema keeper is highly-likely to be a part of the 2013 Cup of Cameroon winners squad next season.
This Pan-African Sports News Agency has information on good authority that former Gazelle N’Djamema keeper arrived Yaoundé-Cameroon this Monday morning and checked into a YOSA-provided hotel.
The Chadian international is expected to be in Bamenda by Tuesday.
Another Chadian player, Nem Leger, a forward by trade is already in Bamenda and is expected to join the rest of the squad guided by coach Martin Nkabyo in Tuesday’s training session while the Club finalize formalities for his full transfer.
The 26-year-old full international for the Chadian national selection has re-join the boys of coach Martin Nkabyo.
Deffalah convinced everyone in his first stint at the Club in 2017 when he kept 16 clean sheets in a 34 games season, concluding the season as the best keeper by some margin.
Sadly for the YOSA fans he returned to Chad at the end of that season but he is nearly back now for more.
His return is certainly when YOSA needs him more having struggle to fine a trustworthy personnel from their three keepers last season.
Deffalah will compete with Chia Garreth and two others if YOSA succeeds to get the deal done and registered before this midnight.
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