Supporters and sympathizers of PWD Social Club of Bamenda, have launched what they describe as “operation 1000 FCFA equals three points”, during the upcoming playoffs in the Cameroon league one Championship. A 1#nil defeat against Dragon of Yaounde on the 18th day of the championship, compounded the Abakwa Boys to taking part in the relegations playoffs, where they will have to battle for their safety in the top tier. PWD finished seventh in Pool A of the championship, with 19 points, after the first phase, and will have to play five more games against fellow relegation threatened sides, Fovu of Baham, Unisport of Bafang, Astres of Douala, New Stars of Douala and Union sportive of Douala.
Knowing that their darling club is passing through a difficult period, the fans of the Abakwa Boys, have launch the “Operation 1000FCFA”, as a means to support the management of the team on match days, and also motivate players. The Operation which was first launched in the various PWD supporters’ social media platforms, is fast growing, as the Communication department of the team has told Kick442.com that the fans are responding positively.
For the past three match days, the fans of PWD have being chipping in their widows might, which some say is just a way of showing concern towards their team. But now as the team enters the crucial stage which could make or Mare their stay in the league one, supporters of the team are aiming to raise more funds, to support their team, during their stay in Limbe. The initiative, which is purely that of the supporters club, has been welcomed by many sympathizers.
PWD dramatically survived relegation in the league two during the 2017 season, but made a sensational return to the top tier one year later, after they finished second in the league two, in the 2018 season. Just few months spend in their return to league one the Abakwa boys are now facing a similar fate as in 2017.
The relegation playoffs will take place in the town of Limbe from May 12, to 5 June 2019.
Sympathisers worldwide interested in supporting the Abakwa Boys, can MoMo their support through 671807001 or 677287244. You can also Contact the communications department of the team through any of the numbers.