By Giovanni Wanneh
Sports Writer, kick442.com – Cameroon
After a somewhat fast and furious first round of the Cameroon Leagues, the head of the Technical Transitional Committee Aboubakar Alim Konate looked back at what has not been an all that easy ride, but equally filled with some good experiences in his press conference on Thursday.
Alim Konate and his team have been through trails since assuming responsibilities to run the league, replacing the LFPC (Cameroon professional League) back in September 2019.
Barely five months into office, the Technical Transitional Committee has achieved a handful such as; organising a successful Cameroon Super Cup between Cameroon cup winner’s Stade Renard and UMS of Loum before the start of the season, respected the league’s opening date and programs of matches, playing games often at night, arranged the calendar of the leagues to be similar to the international calendar, paying attention to the women’s Leagues, and gave money worth 390 million francs to clubs in League 1 and 2.
Despite set backs like the squabble between Astres Football Club, PWD of Bamenda and New Stars of Douala, the Technical Transitional Committee marshalled by Alim Aboubakar has held it’s nerve throughout.
While waiting for the second round of the Leagues to begin on the 25th after two weeks of timeout, it can’t be disputed that the activities of the Aboubakar Alim Konate and co have been fair.
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