By DEWAH Fabrice TEH
Sports Writer, Kick442.Com-Cameroon
Cameroonian sensational defender, Collette Ndzana will be looking forward to making her debut with newly integrated outfit, Dinamo BSUPC in the Belarusian Women’s Premier League today April 29, 2021.
The 20-year-old left back is expected to make her debut with the outfit in the hours ahead when Dinamo face seven time holders, FC Minsk in one of the fiercest derbies in the Belarusian women’s top tier championship.
Dinamo BSUPC are currently ranked second on the BWPL championship with 15 points gathered in 5 games. The team which remains unbeaten seats behind fellow title contenders, FC Minsk which has superior goal advantage against Coach Yuri Ivanovich’s girls.
A victory for the side will put the team on course of retaining its first Belarusian women’s premier league title grabbed last season. This, after a duel expected to create much fire works as FC Minks embark on its bid of unseating the defending champions, the same fate they suffered on the hands of Dinamo last term when the outfit failed to win the league for the first time since 2013.
Collette Ndzana will be hoping to play her debut for the side made up of four fellow Africans including compatriot Claudia Dabda, Nagede Cisse of Ivory Coast and South Africa Bayana Bayana pairs Rhoda Mulaudzi and Lebohang Ramolede.
Collette Ndzana joined Dinamo BSUPC early this week for a one-year-contract after agreeing with the outfit and passing medicals.
The confident defender who signed for the club from Cameroon Guinness Super League club, Éclair Filles of Sa’a is considered as one of the finest Cameroonian female left backs. A status which earned her calls up to the Indomitable Lionesses where she featured for the team against Zambia in 2020 during the qualifiers to the Tokyo Olympics in Japan.
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