The star man for the indomitable Lions finally speaks after months of silence due to the cruciate Ligament rupture that occurred in September last year.

The talisman is more concerned about winning a 6th African cup of nation’s title; ” it is important for me to recover fully, it is the most important. It would be difficult to get another AFCON but there would be surprises. I know that people would double their efforts to send the African champions parking”.

Coming back from injury and directly heading for the top is a tough task, like we have seen with some fine players over the years. From Aboubakar’s injury record, he has never faced this sort of Diabolic injury challenge ;

Muscular problems : Valencienne 2011/12 – 16 days

Knock : F.c Porto February 2015, 3 days

Muscle injury: Porto 2017/18 – February 5 to February 28, 23 days

Bruised knee :Porto
7 September 2018- September 14, 2018.

It remains to be seen if the center-foward comes back in one piece, after experiencing a different level of leg damage. Moussa Marega of Mali has embraced the challenge and is now breaking all sorts of records for the team, but it is clear that the Porto faithful would want to see their darling Abou back in action.

The Striker’s poster of his career should be the goal that won the AFCON for Cameroon. The striker expertly killed the ball first time with a lovely chest control, then went ahead to out-wit two Egyptian center half’s before sweetly making contact between two leathers (ball and boot) that saw the keeper in a state of Semi coma. The defenders raised their hands thinking it was a high boot, but the only wrong thing the wonder boy did was; flicking the ball over a Muslim’s head (baptize), at least that is not permitted in the Islamic culture.They can’t get enough of the center forward, and his name is being sang all the way from Roumde Adja to the Estadio Dragoa.

A 6th crown for Cameroon in Egypt will obviously console the nation that lost the controversial AFCON 1986 crownt thehost rights of the 2019 AFCON to Egypt.

Giovanni Wanneh