By Angu Lesley
Minkreo Birwe gave Canon a classy goodbye message on facebook as he left the club after two years – and believes the Gunners can be better under another steward.
The trainer was already rumoured to be on his way out of the club following a third place finish in the 2022/2023 season.
“Greeting to all.
My stay with Canon Sportive Yaoundé ends today.I spent 2 seasons with the Kpakum, the legendary club. It was not a calm river, I leave there still grown. I would like to remember the good times of joy and happiness spent with this club,” Birwe began the emotional letter.
Birwe guided the club in 46 games, winning 23, recorded 12 draws and 11 defeats in all competitions. Unfortunately he drops the batten for the next coach to continue the new Canon project.
“I sincerely hope that the great project dear to the PCA, Mr. MEVOUA Placide and those who share his vision, will come true. I had the privilege and the signal honor of being the worker who laid the groundwork for this noble project. As such, I will be jealous of the sporting future of the club. I welcome those who will have the honor and above all the responsibility to carry out this project, that of making Kpakum the great African club it once was. Thank you all for the trust and support you have given me.
I am leaving very happy to have made many Kpakum supporters dream.More, I am happy to have had new friends who outnumber the enemies.”
Canon were previously linked with Anicet Mbarga Foe and David Pagou but both opted for otherwise.
The ten times champions have begun their recruitment for the next season which is pencilled on October 15.
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