The domestic seasons, domestic cups competitions and continental club competitions in most countries have already had their verdicts with some Cameroonian players celebrating and others ending the season in huge disappointment.
In France, Eric Maxime Choupo-Moting helped PSG with three league goals to another French league title in a season in which they lost the French cup final and were eliminated at the quarterfinals in the Ligue cup.
Guingamp of defender Felix Eboa Eboa as well as Stade Malherb of Caen of forward Malik Tchakounte were relegated from the French top flight.
In the French Cup Rennes lifted the trophy against PSG in a final full of drama. Cameroon defender Gerzino Nyamsi, winger James Edward Lea Siliki and and Jordan Siebatcheu were all part of coach Julien Stephane’s team that surprised PSG in the final.
Cameroon defender Jean Charles Castelleto and Brest secured promotion to the French top flight by finishing second in the French Ligue 2 behind Metz.
It was second time lucky for Joel Matip and Liverpool who lifted the UEFA Champions League for an English record sixth time.
Joel Matip played an active role in his team’s triumph. There are now 24 African UEFA Champions League winners from 23 different African countries with Matip becoming the third from Cameroon.
Cameroon midfielder Franck Andre Zambo Anguissa and Fulham suffered relegation from the English Premier League after they finished 19th in the league with three different coaches.
21 year old Cameroon midfielder Kevin Soni made five appearances for Girona who finished the season on the 18th spot and consequently ending their stay in the Spanish La Liga.
Salli Edgar made three Bundesliga appearances for relegated Nuremberg who ended the season with just 19 points in 34 games.
There was a domestic double for Cameroon’s Obala born central defender Jérôme Onguéné whose team Red Bull Salzburg won both the league and the domestic cup titles.
Saudi Arabia 🇸🇦
In Saudi Arabia Leandre Tawamba Kana and his team Al Taawoun claimed the domestic cup title with the Cameroon forward heavily involved.
Czech Republic 🇨🇿
Cameroon defender Michael Ngadeu-Ngadjui and Slavia Prague claimed a fifth Czech First League title by beatin Viktoria Plzen to the title.
Despite going out of the Champions League at the semifinals in a heart breaking fashion against Tottenham, Cameroon goalkeeper Andre Onana and Ajax secured a domestic double by winning the league and domestic cup in Holland.
23 year old Cameroon defender Moise Emmanuel Mbende and Cambuur FC lost the Dutch second tier playoffs final and so they will not be promoted to the Eredivisie next season.
22 years old Cameroon goalkeeper Ohoulo Framelin and CD Nacional were relegated from the Portuguese Primeira Liga.
In the Portuguese cup, Aboubakar Vincent’s FC Porto list the finals in post match penalties after a 2-2 draw in regular play time.
Aurelien Chedjou and Bursaspor finished in 16th place out of 18 teams in the Turkish top flight which is synonymous to relegation.
Midfielder Jules Olivier Ntcham and Celtic of Glasgow claimed ever trophy up for grabs in Scotland with a second consecutive treble, that is the league, the cup and the league cup.
Arnaud Sutchuin Djoum and Hearts of Midlothian suffered cup heart break as the lost the finals to Celtic.
South Africa 🇿🇦
Former Yong Sports Academy of Bamenda captain Junior Awono helped Stellanborch FC in South Africa to gain promotion into the South African top flight.
Hard tackling Cameroon midfielder Franck Kom helped Esperance of Tunis to a second consecutive CAF Champions League title under with a lot of controversy in the second leg final against Wydad of Casablanca.
Meanwhile in the Lionesses Den there was a Portuguese League title for Farida Machia with Sporting Braga. She scored five league goals and provided six assists.