By Angu Lesley
The lead trainer of the Indomitable Lionesses of Cameroon has added 16 abroad-based players to the initial list of 16 players invited for the preparations ahead of this month’s 2022 African women’s Cup of Nations qualifiers games against the Central Africa Republic.
Star forwards, Njoya Ajara, Aboudi Onguene join returning Raissa Feudjio and Estelle Johnson in the list of foreign-based players.
There is also a return for Genevieve Ngo Mbeleck,Chanel Nana,Glawdis Ewodo , Mambo Lambo and Marie Awona who all missed the Aisha Buhari tournament last month in Nigeria.
The full list has goalkeeper Mimboe Carole plus defenders Meffoumetou Falone, Mayi Kith,Dabdia Claudia,Mambo Lambo, Johnson Estelle,Ndzana Collette and Awona Marie.
In the midfield, Ngo Mbeleck, Raissa Feudjio and Ngock Yango join the foreign contingent.
The forwards include Ajara Njoya,Bella Rose, Chanel Nana, Glawdis Ewodo and Gabrielle Aboudi.
The list of the home-based players made public for the camp, on Sunday October 03, includes three goalkeepers, nine defenders, six midfielders and five attackers.
Louves Minproff keeper Ange Bawou, Omgmahan Marthe of AWA Ladies and FC Ebolowa’s Ayangma Pauline make-up the goalkeeping compartment.
The likes Moumazim Michelle Brigitte of AWA Ladies, Wanki Rita and Tsada Doloresse are lined-up to manage the defensive compartment of the team.
The six players summoned to guard the midfield includes Abega Berthe of AWA Ladies and Ebenye Ebongue from AS FAP.
Meanwhile, the attacking area will be managed by the likes of Flora Kameni who netted 15 goals in the 2021 Guinness Super League in Cameroon.
Experienced forward Ada Jacquette of Eclair Ladies is the most senior player featuring on the home-based list.
The biggest home-based absentees are the likes of forward Brenda Tabe who is currently in camp with the Under-20 side as the side prepare its game against the Democratic Republic of Congo in the qualifiers to the 2022 U20 World Cup in Costa Rica.
The Indomitable Lionessess will train and play friendly games during the two weeks camp running till October 18.
The multiple AWCON runners-up will face the Central African Republic in a double header on October 20 and 24 at the Japoma Stadium in Douala.
It is one of the Central African zonal qualifiers to the 2022 Women’s Africa Cup of Nations programmed to take place in Morocco in November this year.
The game will be Coach Gabriel Zabo’s third official outing as lead trainer of the side.
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