By Angu Lesley
Football writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Ex-players of the Njalla Quan Sports Academy of Limbe will this Sunday play a friendly game against Jammo FC from Douala as part of activities to celebrate their good old days on the books of the celebrated institution.
Kwedi Elombo, Ndip Tambe Robert, Joseph Yanki amongst others will participate in the return game at the Amusement park in Mile 4 Limbe, hoping to overturn the 4-1 deficit recorded after the first game played in Douala some weeks ago. The game will be played by played on Sunday, December 27 at 9AM at the Amusement park.
The supposed golden generation of the Njalla Quan Sports Academy of Limbe players achieved a lot together as a team including winning promotion to the top-flight championship in 2012.
Mbah yanki Romeo, Ndip tambe Robert
Kwedi Elombo, Sigala dango Edmond
Minlend Roger, Mondoa mbome
Ekoh Malone Ngah Ronald and
Arrey Dungston all players of the Club between 2007-2015 are expected to feature for NQSA old boys.
Speaking to this Pan-African Sports News Agency, Kwedi threw more lights on the motivation behind the initiative.
“We shared a lot of great moments together in our days at the Njalla Quan Sports Academy. We are using this as an opportunity to keep fit, reunite the group of players and see what we can do together in the future,” the former AFC Leopards forward stated.
The Bimbia boys had a wonderful three years stint in the Cameroon top-flight Championship with the likes of Ngah Ronald, Ndip Tambe Robert and Kwedi Elombo tormenting opposition defenses while Edmund Sigala, Fai Collins, Ngweni Ndassi, Ngombe Etame and co ensured all was well at the back whenever need be.
Most of this generation of players of the Club are employed elsewhere today and some closing in on retirement but they still keep their bond of the good old days at Man O War Bay in Limbe.
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