By Angu Lesley
Football writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Teenage Cameroonian goalkeeper Ning Che Bong Kadad has thrown his weight behind the school of thought that hold that schooling is an insurance for youths aiming to make a career in football.
Speaking in a recent interview at Bagofit – Ease Region of Cameroon, the 15-year goalkeeper on the books of the Cameroon national football Academy expressed his satisfaction about the institution’s approach of combining football and studies.
“I believe football and education should go side by side as we are doing here. I strongly believe Football without education is a waste”
Che is walking the talk as he combines studies with football in an extremely ambitious manner. The lower sixth student at GBHS Down Town Bamenda is amongst the top students in his class and told this reporter off the microphone that he is investing much energy in football and education and remains optimistic about both. According to Che, a career as a legal professional is his option two if he somehow fails to make it in football.
The boy joined ANAFOOT three years ago and the institution has enhanced his growth into a pivotal part of the team.
“I joined ANAFOOT three years ago after being selected at the Divisional and Regional level. It has been a great experience combining practice to become a footballer and education but I must say I am enjoying it,” Ning revealed.
The 2018 Semence goalkeeper of the tournament and fair play award winner is certainly an excellent example for kids around the world who think education and sports are parallel.
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