By Angu Lesley
Football Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Coach Souleymanou Aboubakar of Cotonsport of Garoua has released the Club’s 18-man squad in Zambia for Sunday’s CAF Confederation cup clash against NASPA Stars FC.
The Club announced their traveling party on Friday evening and it marked the return of goalkeeper Anye Fru Derick and sweeper Goni Ali amongst others.
In all it is a strong Cotonsport of Garoua squad though the team is missing some key players including the likes of Ngombe Etame and Marou Souaibou who have been regulars since the start of the competition.
The full squad includes seven defenders,four midfielders, five forwards and two goalkeepers.
1- SANOU Sibiri Arnaud
2- ARAINA Ngueme Lambert
4- ABDOURAMAN Daman Bouba
5-Oukoumou OPIMBAT Jean Rosis
7- Oukine TCHEODE Felix
8- Francis TOMBI Alemi
9- HERVE Ngomo
10- HOUZAIFI Youssoufa
11- Eric MOURSOU Jean
13-Mamoudou Hassana Abbo
14- DAIROU Boubakari
15 – SIDIK Aboubacar
16- BAWAK Thomas Etta
17- NLEND Narcisse Junior
18- ANYE Derick
The Garoua giants on a run of four wins and one defeat in their past five away games in the competition take on group-tailing NASPA Stars FC in their third group game of the 2020-2021 CAF Confederation cup.
They will have two training sessions in their second coming to Zambia within three months, before facing bottom-placed NASPA Stars at the National Heroes Stadium on Sunday April 4th in a telling fixture.
A second win for Cotonsport in a spin will put them in an interesting situation in the group with six points from three games while NASPA with just a point so far needs a victory to stay in the contest for a Quarter-final berth.
The other group fixture will pit holders RS Berkane of Morocco against JS Kabylie of Algeria with the winner to take a massive step towards progress to the quarter-finals.
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