By Angu Lesley
Football writer kick442.com_Cameroon.
Indomitable Lions of Cameroon full-back Fai Collins Ngoran has somehow approved the transfer of his international colleague Haschou Kerrido to reigning Cameroon champions PWD social Club of Bamenda.
26-year-old Haschou Kerrido joined PWD of Bamenda on a one-year-deal from Guinean top-flight side Industriel Kamsar FC.
Barely minutes after the Abakwa Boys completed arguably their best business in the window and placed it on their official Twitter handle, Belgian-based Fai Collins of Standard Liege liked and retweeted the post, certainly an indication of approval of the move.
The experienced shot stopper spent last season with Guinean outfit, Club industriel Kamsar, Were he was voted best Goalkeeper in the Guinean league.
Haschou has a chunk of experience in the Cameroon Elite One championship. He previously represented Dragon of Yaoundé, Astres of Douala and Unisport of Bafang.
The goal scoring goalkeeper becomes the Club’s fourth signing of the transfer window.
PWD has already secured the services of Midfielders, Vincent Paul Ngondi and Mfede Alexandre Freddy and also central African forward, Duhamel Kalamandji Mabengue. The team will represent Cameroon in the CAF champions league, and kick442.com understands more signings will be announced in the days ahead.
“Psychologically, Haschou will bring lots of calm and serenity in our defense. He brings lots of assurance and will practical be 50 percent of the team. Last term we suffered some defeats because of individual errors from the goalkeepers, but with Haschou we can be sure,” the team’s lead trainer David Pagou told the media team upon the arrival of the keeper playing understudy to Andre Onana Onana and Fabrice Ondoa at national team level.
Haschou’s switch to PWD puts him in a good position to seek a spot in the intermediate Lions of Cameroon team for the 2021 African nations Championship planned for early next year in Cameroon and African Cup of Nations in 2022 in the same country.
Fai Collins started his career in Bamenda where he played for Bamenda FC, had a stint at Njalla Quan Sports Academy of Limbe and Union Sportive of Douala before moving to Europe.
He was part of the Cameroon team that won the 2017 AFCON tournament in Gabon.
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