By Nji Nelson Chefor 

Sports Writer, Cameroon


Cameroon Rush Soccer Club, Rush FC Bali, (now Rush FM Football Club) have seen their  former player, Mutia Evaristus, sign for Mozambique legendary top tier side, Ferroviaro of Maputo on a one-year-deal.

Mutia Evaristus, began his football career at Rush FC Bali, now known as Rush FM Football Club.

Born on January 1st 1995 in Bali, Mutia Evaristus joined Rush FC Bali in 2008 while he was still in secondary school.

“I give thanks to the management of Rush FC. That’s where I started and it’s because of them that I am here now”, Mutia Evaristus told
He went further to congratulate his first ever coach, Dinga and the president of Rush FC, Sopo Ngwa.

Mutia Evaristus recounted to about his good old days with Rush FC Bali where it’s uniqueness made them a team to reckon with.

“We were a force to reckon with. All the teams where enviable of us but with the support of Sopo Ngwa and everyone, we were simply the best”, Mutia Evaristus recounted.

From Rush FC Bali, Mutia Evaristus joined Mount Cameroon FC and then Tiko United. From there, he was sent on loan to Vipers of Abuja before returning to Cameroon to play for Victoria United, where he helped the club reach the semi finals of the cup of Cameroon. From Victoria United, he went to Djibouti and then returned home to play for Feutcheu FC. It’s from there that he signed for Ferroviaro of Maputo, Mozambique.

Mutia Evaristus acknowledges Rush FC Bali as his foundation. “A club that moulded me”, he said.

Mutia Evaristus is the second Rush FC Bali product to go professional as Dohbit Clovis Fofuleng, another Rush FC Bali product, is currently playing professional football in Vietnam.


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