By DEWAH Fabrice TEH
Sports Writer Kick442.Com-Cameroon
Cameroon second tier football outfit, Fauvre Azur have signed experienced Cameroonian forward Charles Edoa Ngah.
According to football237.com , the 30-year-old penned down a two-year-contract for President Nya Robert’s outfit this weekend.
Charles Edoa Ngah is considered as one of the most experienced forwards in Cameroonian domestic football. He spent five years at Littoral regional side Union of Douala where he won the Cameroon League One title in 2013 for the Nassarai Ngamakais
The former trainee of Green City and Cintrage of Yaounde also played professional football in Saudi Arabia and Recreativo Caal in Angola where injury threats halted his career progress.
He joint then Cameroon league one champions, Eding Sport of the Lekie in 2017.
The forward’s integration of the Centre regional club is expected to help boast the league two side’s pursuit of qualifying for the top tier championship this season.
Fauvre Azur managed by Coach Ngatchou are currently ranked third in pool B of the league, 4 points behind group leaders Stade de Bertoua and a point from second placed Aigle Royale of the Menoua from the West region.
The outfit tally’s 8 points harvested in 6 games. The squad experienced scoring difficulties in the first phase of the championship where they recorded numerous unconvincing results amongst them, a goalless tie against Unisport of Bafang in a day 4 fixture, 2-1 defeat on the hands East regional side, Stade of Bertoua and a 1 all tie with Aigle Royale of Menoua.
It is hoped the arrival of the forward, Charles Edoa will help the outfit clinch a much coveted promotion to the top tier championship. A feat the team can only achieve via a comfortable finish on the pools ranking before promotion play-offs pitting the best placed outfits from the pools phase of the championship.
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