Colombe fans plan to take over the Limbe Omnisport Stadium

The Board chair of Colombe Dja André Noël Essian, members of the executive board, technical staff, players and some fans of the South Region club have had a meeting this Friday in an attempt bring an end to the run of bad results ahead of their clash against Dragon this weekend.

The meeting that took place on Friday at the Sangmelima City Hall was focused on the poor performance of our Colombe. The team have lost 2 of it’s last 3 matches at Nko’ovos.

The team is currently 7th out of 9 with only 5 points. Charlemagne Mbongo thinks that his players must remain more united and supportive. For the latter, it is not a question of being alarmed but of being optimistic while avoiding any discouragement.

Speaking in the meeting, André Noël Essian prescribed more objectivity in the way of using the players. Charlemagne Mbongo and his players need to improve their results. To achieve this, for example, it is necessary to improve placement at the stadium, minimize individual mistakes or unnecessary quarrels at the stadium. Players must be more willing and disciplined. Regarding the absences of some players, explanations were provided by the technical staff. Note that the Colombe left Sangmelima on Saturday at 12h for Yaounde where they will confront Dragon football club,in their match day 7 task of the national league one championship.

Angu Lesley

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