The next time PWD of Bamenda line up for a top flight game,midfielder Tony Emmanuel Achu will be an option for Coach Jean Baptiste Toguem.The former Njalla Quan Sports Academy midfielder who was once team mates with Ndip Tambe Robert at Under 12 and Under 20 for Cameroon.

Tony Joined PWD of Bamenda in the Build up to this season but have not kicked a ball for the club because he was still on contract with his previous club Cosmos of Mbam. The holding and attacking midfielder can now play for PWD after his contract with Cosmos of Mbam ended on the February 18.

The experienced lad started his football career at the age of 6 in Liberia where he attended the Football Academy Real Madrid for 2 years before moving to another Academy Real Genesis where he again spent 2 years before another change of environment took him to Mighty Electron.

Tony will sign his first Division contract in 2010 when he joined Liberian first division side,Tony FC as a very young but he left a year after for Ghana were he spent a year with Bendu FC before coming to Cameroon in the 2011/2012 season.

In his 6 years in Cameroon the young lad has played for NQSA at top flight level and been at second tier clubs;AS Matelots ,Authentic,Oryx, DAC 2000,Cosmos Mbam before joining PWD this season on a 2 season deal.

In 2010 while with Bendu FC in Ghana,Tony was voted the most discipline player in the League,an aspect which is not new to his game as he rarely runs into trouble with the referees despite mostly playing as a defensive midfielder.

Speaking to Tony said; ‘‘It has been a good time since I came here,the boys have been nice to me,the supporters too.I am hoping that through the guidance of the coach,God will help me employ my experience to the good of the team. I can’t wait to get started as a PWD player”.

Tony Achu in Action for DAC 2000

PWD of Bamenda have 4 points from their first 4 League One games after suffering defeats in their last two games and the club will be at home to entertain Avion of Nkam the next time they play.


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