By Angu Lesley
Alain Nseme’s tenure as Aigle Royal boss is officially over after he announced they had agree to terminate their collaboration after a brilliant season.
The trainer’s impending exit from the Menoua outfit had been known for some time and this morning it was announced by the trainer on social media.
Nseme took over at ‘The Eagles’ in an interim capacity in April following the the resignation of Joseph Ndoko and, despite enduring a torrid relationship with some of the fans in the west, he guided the club to seond place in the MTN Elite Two which culmunated in promotion to the top-flight and they reach th eighth final of the Cup of Cameroon.
His final act in charge was the 5-0 defeat in the eighth final clash agaisnt Gazelle of Yaounde after successes in two rounds of the cup.
Nseme, fitness coach of Cameroon’s Under-17 national selection is available for new opportunities elsewhere.
In the meantime, Aigle officials are already working on getting a new coach, and former PWD of Bamenda lead trainer David Pagou is their primary target, though they face competition from other interested clubs.
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