By Giovanni Wanneh
Sports Writer, kick442.com Cameroon
A bedraggled coach Souleymanou Aboubakar looked unhappy giving his side’s inability to pick up maximum points against Bamboutos FC after having sent out six players on international duty.
The former goalkeeper feels Cotonsport of Garoua is on the receiving end of preparations for the upcoming African Nations Championship jamboree, which is not supposed to be the case.
‘We have players who are being called up all the time. We are gearing towards the end, and the situation has caused us to bring in some youngsters who have just played two games this season.It is very difficult.’
‘The players we used did their best. We’d try to ameliorate and see what the future holds,’ the 2019 Cameroon cup winner with Stade Renard ended.
The African Nations Championship has indeed been a burden to country giants Cotonsport who had earlier mutually terminated their contract with former coach Emmanuel Ndoumbe Bosso due to his commitments with the intermediate Lions.
Souleymanou Aboubakar, who has been the former gaffer of Fovu of Baham, Feutcheu FC of Djiko Bandjoun amonsgt others made his appearance as first team head-coach for Cotonsport against Dragon on match-day 25, and he has since then won two, drawn one and lost another.
Souleymanou Aboubakar is one of the supervisors assigned to work with intermediate Lions coach Yves Clement Arroga.
The 15 times Cameroon Elite One champions would need to continue chasing league leaders PWD of Bamenda with a group of youngsters. Cotonsport plays against Eding Sport on match day 29.
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