By Angu Lesley
Ambitious Southwest Regional League outfit, Limbe Football Club Association of Limbe have completed the acquisition of 45-year trainer Mbabot Moses Mbathe.
This online portal has learned that the Club’s Management has hired the gaffer as replacement for late Augustine Tchoupo and he will pilot the LIFCA project.
We understand he has penned a one-season deal and will begin work with immediate effect with recruitment ahead of the new season.
Transfered to the Fako Division and transformed from Saint Peters to LIFCA with reasonable investment over the past few years, the 2021 Southwest Regional championship vice Champions look like they have hit their peak.
Coach Mbabot whose last job was at Options Sports Academy last season has worked at Dynamic of Buea, Union Sportive of Douala and other Clubs in the Nation.
He joins a number of high profile coaches that have been recruited by Southwest outfits in the build-up to the current season and in preparations for the charge towards promotion.
The Southwest Regional championship is expected to begin later this year and LIFCA looks like a genuine contender in the quest for the Elite Two ticket that has eluded the region in the past six years.
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