By Giovanni Wanneh
Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon
Since Northwest outfit PWD of Bamenda was crowned champions of Cameroon’s premier division over half a dozen days back, questions of the team’s home patch during the illustrious competition has popped up without any real answer.
The mile six stadium was the home ground of PWD in their title winning campaign, but due to; inaccessibility, poor state of the stadium, the Abakwa Boys will most definitely need another home patch that matches CAF standards.
Talking to this reporter, mister Abunde Pascal made mention of the fact that the executives need to decide, but as per personal opinion, Limbe or Yaounde will do.
‘The decision is supposed to be made by the board of our club but as per me I have a soft spot for Limbe because most of our stories came from there. Yaounde equally has a good fan base. The options are on the table, but those are the two main cities I’d like.’
During the just ended season, unlike last, PWD appeared more comfortable playing away from home, picking up seven away wins as opposed to five victories at home.
None of Cameroon’s representatives in the last two seasons have played at home on continental assignment. Last time out; flag bearers UMS of Loum and Stade Renard had to play in Yaounde and Limbe respectively, to be in accordance with CAF standards.
Cotonsport of Garoua in the season before last had to engage in their continental brawls out of Garoua – for administrative reasons, same with New Stars of Douala who received opponents at the Ngueme arena in Limbe.
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