By Angu Lesley
Football Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Cotonsport of Garoua have named a 20-man players contingent for Wednesday’s CAF Confederation cup group stage match-day six game away to RS Berkane.
The players retained for the encounter by coach Souleymanou Aboubakar includes Pierre Matanda François Ngombe Etame who has missed the last two games in the competition and Solomon Charles Banga Bidjeme II who missed the Cotonites 2-1 defeat at home to JS Kabylie.
The squad for Wednesday’s encounter includes two keeper seven defenders, six midfielders and five forwards.
Cotonsport academy graduates Jean Eric Moursou aged 16 just like Allabatnan Gabin. Both defenders make the squad for the competition.
List of players retained includes;
14 – Tchuente THIERRY
29- ARAINA Ngueme Lambert
34- Abdouraman Daman BOUBA
8- Oukine TCHEODE Felix
22- Francis Tombi ALEMI
20-Mamoudou Hassana Abbo
4- BAWAK Thomas Etta
1- NLEND Narcisse Junior (GK)
5- HERVE Ngomo
13- EBONGUE Richard
26- SOUAIBOU Marou
6- Etame Ngome
14- DAIROU Boubakari
33 Aboubacar Siddik
16- ANYE Derick
32- MOURSOU Jean Éric
Cotonsport leaves Cameroon this Tuesday evening with a squad of 22 players for the clash against outgoing champions RS Berkane in a 10pm kick-off in Berkane on Wednesday, April 28.
Cotonsport with nine points just like JS Kabylie are already through to the quarter-final of the competition but have top spot to play for.
Felix Oukine and co jet-off tonight via a chartered flight and have the onus to win against their host and hope JS Kabylie doesn’t match their results at home to NAPSA to secure top spot in group B.
Visiting Cotonsport picked up a 2-0 win in the reversed fixture in March but suffered a 2-1 defeat in their last outing last Wednesday against JS Kabylie of Algeria. Therefore, the match-day six fixtures are a chance for both sides to right the wrongs of the past in their respective perspective though Cotonsport are obliged to do without their foreign players as Arnaud Sibiri Sanou suspended after seeing red against JS Kabylie and Kamilou Daouda, Okoumou Jean Rosis and Archange Zo have not been granted visas to Morocco.
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