PWD social club of Bamenda has suffered their 5th defeat of the season, in their 1#0 lost to Colombe of the Dja and Lobo this Thursday March 28, 2019. Surprisingly, the Abakwa boys are winless away from home this season. In six away games played, PWD has been able to pick just one point (in their zero all draw against TKC on match day 8). Five of their six away games has seen the Abakwa boys suffering defeats (Union 2#0 PWD, New stars 2#1 PWD, Cotonsport 3#0 PWD, Apejes 3#1 PWD, Colombe 1#0 PWD). PWD has also scored just twice out of home, and conceded whooping 11 goals on away turf.
For the second time in the season, PWD has lined up two consecutive defeats, with the latest defeat being painful to bear for the management, players and fans if the Abakwa Boys and many might soon pay the price for the disgraceful outings. After their recent defeat by Colombe, Kick442.com cornered one of the senior members of the squad, Kongnyuy Jude, give an assessment of the team’s form this season and he said “it is really tough for us, but what we will do now is that whenever we have our chances, we try and score because we are seeing that the referees are not helping us in any way, when we score, they always deny our goal. We just need to work hard and see that the next match that is coming up, we really need to win them. Our next two matches in Bamenda will be do or die”.
Kongnyuy Jude, who has scored three goals for PWD this season, also send a clear message to the fans of “Ngia P”. I will tell the fans of PWD that they should not put down their hands, they should hope high because we can never fail them. Jude said. He added that “I have never put a team down and I will never put it. So this team is going to maintain in the league one championship”.
PWD will next play Unon sportive and New Stars, all of Douala, in Bamenda.