By Charles Embola
Football writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Since the 17th of March 2020, Amateur football in Cameroon was prematurely stopped as Covid-19 presented its ugly face the world over.
The Southwest regional bureau of FECAFOOT head by Mr Ndive is about receiving green light to resume its activities.
The regional league council meets this weekend at the federation’s secretariat in Buea as Build up to the General assembly meeting of regional clubs to take place on the 12th of December 2020.
Thé Covid-19 pandemic has caused untold financial misery to amateur clubs, the regional league on its part is working in close collaboration with club owners in the to ensure that the FIFA allocated financial assistance creates the impact it deserves on local players.
Clubs are expected to create credible bank accounts to enable them receive the funds destined to support them directly from the national headquarters of the FA in Yaoundé.
In a one V one interview with the Secretary General of the southwest league of Fecafoot, Mr Sylvester Esowe Mwambo intimated to kick442.com that ‘’clubs who were affiliated during the last interrupted season will not have much to worry about, but must ensure their creation documents from Government authorities must be up to date so that the FIFA connect system will be available for all’’.
So far, 24 of 26 clubs that participated in last season’s regional championship have complied with FECAFOOT statutes.
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