BY Afeseh Apong
David Pagou has been dealt another injury blow after Tchaoua Léger hobbled off during the Abakwa Boys training session at the Njalla Quan Sports Academy stadium on Monday afternoon.
PWD Social Football Club of Bamenda will have to make do without pacy forward Tchaoua Léger, when they face FOVU club of Baham of Wednesday at the Centenary Stadium in Limbe, in match day 13 of the MTN Elite one championship.
The winger had provided a cross during their training session on Monday, but pulled up chasing back, after feeling pains in his adductor muscles. Tchaoua eventually ended Monday’s training session prematurely, and is now certain to miss wednesday’s fixture.
It is uncertain how long the winger will be on the sidelines, but usually it takes between three to six weeks for an adductor strain to heal.
Tchaoua Léger now joins Captain Burinyuy Derrick, Ngwang Brian Nyaba, Billy Samin, and Andre Ulrich Zanga Ayisi on the sidelines.
Captain Burinyuy Derrick was stretchered off the pitch shortly before the end of the first half during PWD’s two_nil defeat to Bamboutos FC of Mbouda at the Molyko stadium on Sunday. The center back has struggled with a knee injury since he was forced off against YAFOOT earlier this season.
Ngwang Brian Nyaba also suffered a knee spring against cotonsport on match day 10 of the championship. Ulrich Zanga Ayisi strain his adductor muscles during PWD’s Reserves game at GS Up station last week against Kilum Mt Rangers, while Billy Samin Billy has been a long term absentee, before he suffered a contractures during training last week.
Offensive midfielder Enyegue François is also a doubt for Wednesday’s game, which means coach David Pagou will have to make do without six of his first team players when they play FOVU on Wednesday.
The Abakwa Boys won FOVU 2#0 in the away game at the MTN Arena in Mbouda earlier this season. Since then, the Abakwa Boys have struggled for consistency, and have won just one of their last six games.
The Abakwa Boys are now without any natural defender who is fit to play. They ended their game against Bamboutos on Sunday with two midfielders Moluh Mohamed and Njikam Clemence, operating as center backs, with forward John Paul Nzo Ngong at right back, while the young Tendo Elton James has been used at left back for the past three games.
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