24 hours after YOSA head coach Ndoumbe Bosso was abducted and later released by gunmen. According to reports from Bamenda, the Cameroon Football Federation has extending its support and encouragement to the Young sport Academy of Bamenday family and the coach Ndoumbe Bosso.
kick442.com stumbled on a release signed by the boss of the highest Football body in the land, Prince Seidou Mbombo Njoya carrying a very important message for the Football club and the Cameroon Football family.
“The Cameroon Football Federation welcomes with great joy, the news of the release of Emmanuel Ndoumbe Bosso, Head coach of Yong Sport Academy (YOSA), who was victim of a despicable kidnapping by unidentified individuals on the early hours of tuesday March 19, 2019, as he was heading to his job in Bamenda.”
“On wednesday 20th March 2019, FECAFOOT President Seidou Mbombo Njoya had a telephone conversation with coach Ndoumbe Bosso and Yong Jacques, President of Yong Sports Academy. The report according to which the situation is back to normal within the team is good news for both football federation authorities and all football stakeholders.”
“It is worth reminding the public opinion that in addition to the lay and apolitical nature of football, it is also an arena for the convergence of all differences. It is above all an instrument for the promotion of peace between communities and, football stakeholders, players, coaches and executives are vectors towards these values of unity and togetherness;” Njoya Observed
Ndoumbe Bosso’s foot soldiers have a tough game on Wednesday in Bamenda.YOSA will face Eding Sport FC in a fixture they ran out victorious 6 weeks ago in Yaoundé. Last season Eding Sport FC beat the Bamenda club home and away thanks to goals from Nguidjol Bayemi and Horphet Djotsi respectively.
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