By Giovanni Wanneh

Sports Writer, Cameroon

Former Lionesses gaffer ( Enow Ngachu) now the man at the helm of the Cameroon National Football Academy spoke to about the romance between ANAFOOT and partners, QNet -equally, about Noh Nafeng Yvan’s experience after returning from Manchester City.

The 44-year-old 2016 Women’s AFCON finalist with the Lionesses reiterated the indispensable part played by sponsors, QNet in the journey of 14- year-old Nafeng Yvan’s journey to and fro the city of Manchester.

We want to thank QNet for the chance given to young Yvan to participate in the program launched by Manchester city“, the general manager said.

Less than 2 years of existence, ANAFOOT is making long strides into the big stage, courtesy a high football developing brain of Mr. Ngachu.

The Football administrator made mention of the fact that the experience gotten by Nafeng from the journey is going to only act as a booster “he has gathered lot’s of experience as per traveling by plane. He would be used to such trips from now on“.

The ANAFOOT boss is positive the academy is heading towards the right direction and he’s convinced many of such opportunities are underway.

ANAFOOT headquarters in Yaounde was more populated than usual as QNet officials related to the Manchester City Camp Nafeng benefitted from came for a working session after which they meet the media.

QNet’s Global public relations manager Rajesh Rao told the media their gesture was a sign of giving back to the community they operate in.

In less than two years of their full operation, ANAFOOT have had  two kids scouted for a camp at Manchester City and PSG

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