By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon
Kenyan Premier League outfit AFC Leopards are in the market for a coach.
Kick442.com has exclusively gathered that the Club is studying the credentials of Cameroonian duo Emmanuel Ndoumbe Bosso and Joseph Marius Omog.
This Pan-African Sports News Agency understands both coaches are on the Club’s wishlist as they observe multiple options before a final decision.
Ndoumbe and Omog are amongst the most established Cameroonian coaches of their generation, having proved their success nearly everywhere they have served.
Winner of the Cameroon Elite One championship in 1998 with Sable of Batie, Ndoumbe Bosso prides himself as one of the few Cameroonian coaches that has tasted success in the domestic Cup and the Elite One championship.
As a matter of fact Ndoumbe has qualified Clubs for not less than six Cup of Cameroon finals.
He has had stints abroad with success in Sudan, Equatorial Guinea amongst others.
Joseph Marios Omog on his part has an admirable Curriculum Vitae.
Trained in Leipzig-Germany in the 80s, Omog returned home after studies, and immediately started delivering the results.
His domestic successes at multiple Clubs for over a decade propelled him to the rank of deputy coach of the senior national selection of Cameroon in the build-up to the 2002 AFCON in Mali.
He served as deputy to German gaffer Winfried Schafer in that tournament, and returned home as an AFCON winner with the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon.
He fluently speaks English, French, German and Understands Swahili plus has a strong bond with top players across the continent.
Having produced remarkable results at Cameroonian Clubs Fovu of Baham, Racing of Bafoussam, Tonnerre of Yaoundé amongst others coach ‘Omog is a brand’.
He was once in charge of the Olympic selection of Cameroon, before moving abroad where he won multiple titles most especially the 2012 CAF Confederation Cup with AC Leopards of Congo.
He has also recorded recent successes in Tanzania, which gives him a background knowledge of East African football.
Having Joseph and Emmanuel in their 40s, with a long history of football development and title success on the Club’s wishlist is a huge move for AFC Leopards.
Whichever of the two gets this job will represent ‘a big catch’ to not just AFC, but to Kenyan football.
AFC is one of the historic outfits in the land, though Gor Mahia dominates the domestic championship in Kenya these days.
Cameroon Elite One outfit Fovu of Baham are also keen on recruiting Ndoumbe Bosso who spent last year on the technical bench of Cotonsport of Garoua finishing runners-up on two occasions.
He is the current deputy coach of the intermediate Lions of Cameroon.
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