Ngah Gael Fabrice has disclosed his will to play for Cameroon during the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations or the Under 23 AFCON all scheduled for Egypt this year.
The 21 year old signed a two year deal with the Moroccan based club with his contract due to expire in 2022. He is among the new recruits the club has made for this season.
The former Jeunesse De Ngouleymekong defender has played 11 matches for his new club Raja Athletic Club of Casablanca
Ngah played on Sunday, February 3rd 2019 for his team during their CAF Confederations Cup round 4 goalless draw to RS Berkane. The full defender was involved for 90 minutes for Raja Athletic Club during the round 4 CAF Confederation Cup home defeat to RS Berkane 2-4 at the Mohammed V stadium.
He first featured in Morocco’s top flight Championship with Difaa El Jadidi in the Botola Championship in Morocco after joining the team in July 2017.The one time UMS actor is optimistic about a possible call from the Dutch duo ahead of the 2019 AFCON.
He also asserts that he will like to play for Cameroon during the under 23 AFCON in Egypt expected to run from the 8th to the 22 of November 2019.
Since his arrival at Raja Athletic Club of Casablanca, he has helped them, secure a 4th spot in the Botola League with 28 points after 17 matches. The club Is 1 point away from the top three clubs. Raja Athletic Club of Casablanca tails group A of the CAF confederation Cup with 3 points after 4 matches played. They can make it to the next phase of the competition if they win their last two matches.
“I have always dreamt of playing the AFCON since my arrival in Morocco. Be it with the male senior selection or the under 23. I will give my all if I am invited. It is my greatest desire,I am working extra hard given that the tournament is in North Africa” Fabrice told Kick442.com in an exclusive interview on Sunday.
He equally disclosed that the Club is an ambitious club that aims at winning trophies from the multiple competitions there are involved in.
The 69 year old Club has won more CAF trophies than any other Moroccan team. They have won 3 CAF Champions League, 1 CAF Super Cup, and 2 CAF Cups.
The indomitable lions of Cameroon will qualify for the 32nd edition of the AFCON
finals in Egypt provided they beat Comoros in their final group game this March Yaounde.
Cameroon’s Under 23 team will face Sierra Leone on March 24 to determine who makes it to the under 23 finals in Egypt.