By Anye Nde Nsoh
Sports Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Russia’s military invasion on neighbours Ukraine in what has been trending as Russia-Ukraine conflict has seen sporting activities suspended in Russia, putting Cameroonian football players on forceful recess.
Three Cameroonians plying their trade in Russian leagues are currently without game time. Discover the three Cameroonians in Russian premier league outfita affected.
Fresh from participating in the just ended African Cup of Nations 2021 on home soil, 2017 AFCON winner Clinton Mua N’Jie who plays for Dynamo Moscow in the Russian Premier League is one of those affected by the conflict.
28-year-old Njie Clinton joined Russian Premier League side Dynamo Moscow from French side Marseille in 2019. He has so far made 55 appearances netting five goals for Dynamo Moscow.
Didier Lamkel Zé
25-year-old Cameroon international forward Didier Lamkel Zé is one of those caught inbetween the Russia-Ukraine conflict. Zé plays for Russian Premier league side Khimki on loan from Slovakian outfit Dunajská Streda. Since joining the club this season the skipper is yet to get a goal for his side though having limited game time.
Gabrielle Aboudi Onguéné
32-year-old Gabrielle Aboudi Onguene plays for CSKA Moscow in the Russian Championship and the Cameroon national team. Aboudi Onguene joined women’s side CSKA Moscow from Rossiyanka in 2017 and has distinguished herself as one of the best.
The former Canon of Yaounde and Louves Minproff Striker has made 84 appearances for CSKA Moscow netting 34 goals. Playing in a country in conflict, she becomes one of those affected.
After Russia’s attack on Ukraine, Russia has been suspended from all Fifa and Uefa competitions until further notice. This implies the game pitting Russia against Poland in a World Cup play-off semi-final next month will not take place. Russia’s women team has also been barred from this summer’s European Championship in England, Spartak Moscow, will no longer compete in the Europa League. UEFA has ended sponsorship deal with Gazprom.
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