Victor Mengue the hatrick Hero

Eding Sport FC will be in the West Region of Cameroon to confront In form Fovu of Baham this afternoon.

Eding Sport FC go into the game hoping to get their first points of the season while Fovu look to build on their good start of the season.

We took a keen look at some aspects related to the game.

Club background

Fovu Of Baham is a household name in the League 1 football.The club is named after the sacred cave Fovu, one of the most sacred places in that clan. It was was founded in 1978, and returned to the big time last season to 5 position after they graduated from the Elite 2.


Cameroon cup:2
Super Coupe Roger Milla: 1

Eding Sport: The club was created in 2012, and finished 8th in the League 1 last season


Cameroon League 1: 1
Cameroon cup:1

Head to Head

These two sides have met just twice giving the fact that, Eding has not been long in the division, and the seasons when Eding spread their wings, Fovu was witnessing slumps.

Two matches played between them with one draw and a win for Eding

2018: Fovu club 1-1 Eding Sport

2018: Eding 3-0 Fovu

Current form

Eding Sports was leapfrogged by Yosa in the opening day, by a single goal to zero while Fovu, took advantage of a tired and controversial Astres of Douala and saw them off with a 3 goal to zero scoreline.

Fovu is playing at home in this game, and Eding is yet to beat Fovu at home.

Players To Watch

29-year-old Alphonse Marie Tiencheu is already a model for any youth wishing to play top-tier football in Cameroon. The left back would look to do what he does best; constantly galloping in the left flank to help out his team in the attack.

Fovu’s Victor Mengue lead’s the goal scoring chart with his historic hat-trick in match day one. The intermediate Lion would look to add to his goal tally this Sunday.

Pitch Condition

The Baham stadium is not the nicest of all the fields across national boundary, with it’s sporadic grass so, there maybe some difficulties especially with the away side not being used to those type of pitches.


Magliore Mfutila of Fovu is one of the very few foreign coaches in the division. He a witty character, and tactically he has a lot to offer.

Jean-Baptiste Bisseck is no push over either, as in his short tenure in Ending, he has complete changed the club’s history with a couple of trophies.