“Ajara is the best in Africa“, is the common word amongst every lip of men and women in the continent.
According to in-depth analyst Emmanuel Buddy Mbangkollo, football promoter Angu Lesley, Nbsports.com CEO Ghanaian Women’s Football expert Nah Bardina, the 26-year-old Ajara has a greater chance of clinching the African Best Women’s player by a mile.
All fingers are pointing the direction of Nchout, and it seems the award of African Best should be given her before time.
The elite football analyst, Emmanuel Mbangkollo told kick442.com: “what I think about Nchout Ajara in the last 10 months is simple, for me she is the best player in Africa and in Europe, she can be amongst the top 10″.
“She has done great things with her club and country. She is still doing a great job”.
“Looking at the goals she’s scored, she is now one of the best strikers in Europe and in Africa. It is now sure that she has to be the best African player, worse case scenario appear on the podium”.
“Ajara is the best African player. She has amazing statistics”.
Mbangkollo did not speak out of the blues. Ajara shoulders all her competitors on the continent according to numbering, facts and figures.Top scorer for Sandsviken before moving to Valerenga this season, she scored the 2nd best goal at the World Cup,she was Africa’s top scorer at the World Cup, she scored a hat trick against Manchester United, in the last month she has scored 7 goals in 6 matches for club and country.
Nah Bardina, the Nbsports.com CEO Ghanaian Women’s Football expert, has been following the forward and cannot hide her administration. She told kick224. com in an exclusive that – “In the last 12 Months for club and country it has been so far, so good. She is the best in the Cameroonian team now. 15 goals for IL Sandviken out of 19 games before she came to the AWCON – where she was still the best only behind Kgatlana. She doesn’t just score, she’s all round making goals also. She deserves to be the best. Last year I expected her to be shortlisted but she wasn’t to my greatest surprise”.
“She doesn’t fear defenders at all. Talking about top 3 now, you cannot do away with Ajara. Oshoala performs well at club but not that good at country level recently and that’s where Ajara makes the difference”.
Bardina’s claims must be treated seriously as Ajara has scored 7 goals in her last 11 games competitive games for Country.
After a superb WWC on personal terms, the “defenders wicked winger’s” goal narrowly missed out on being the best goal of the competition.
According to Cameroon football
promoter Angu Lesley, Nchout has done enough to deservedly replace Kgatlana
“From her output last 12 months she deserves to be the best. She currently matches Asisat Oshoala toe to toe for the coveted award. Ajara though, has the numerical advantage at club level as she’s scored more than Asisat. Moreso, she is a supportive striker and not an out-and-out center forward like Oshoala, she deserves credit”.Against Congo, Algeria, New Zealand last month she won those games for Country and is doing same for club. She has massively contributed to her club’s recent form and title aspirations”
Ajara seems to be in front of GMT in a world of her own, scoring not just goals but creamy goals.
Some Wonder goals from Nchout Njoya Ajara👇👇🦁🇨🇲
Her goal against Roa in the Norwegian women’s first division championship earned her the goal of the week for the second time this season.
Last season she was her club’s top scorer and the deputy top scorer in a very tough Norwegian league and this season playing mostly from a midfield role she is amonsgt the 10 best scorers in the league.
The Cameroonian have scored 34 goals for club and country in the last 12 months, this is simply amazing
More on Ajara’s wonderful last 12 months👇👇
In the weeks ahead CAF will announce its nominees for the 2019 Women’s African footballer of the year award to take place in Egypt, bookmakers have tipped Ajara as favourite not just for nomination but to take home the award.