By Boris Esono N
Football Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
34 lionesses have been summoned by Head Coach Alain Djeumfa as Cameroon looks to secure a spot at the 2021 Olympic Game. This third phase of preparations will see the Indomitable Lionesses camp from January 27 to February 17 in Yaounde.
The last phase of preparations for the Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games involved some 28 lionesses called by Head Coach Alain Djeumfa that ran from January 6 to 23 in Yaounde.
The intercontinental playoff for the 2021 edition of the Tokyo Olympic qualifiers in the women’s category is expected to take place in February 2021.
Majority of the players are locally based with twelve players coming from Europe and America. Nchout Njoya Ajara, who migrated from Norway to Spain this football season, has been called up. Ajara has already picked up from where she left in Norway in terms of picking up trophies.
Ajara scored a double as her Athletico Madrid side won the Spanish super cup 3-0 against Levante. Ajara scored at the 22 minutes of play for her first goal and then followed that at the 30th minute of play. Her goal-scoring powers will be needed if Cameroon is to book a sport at this year’s Olympic Games.
Gabriel Aboudi Onguene is another notable person that has been called up by Alain Djeumfa. So too are Reim’s duo Marie Aurelle Awana and Mayi Kit Esther.
For the complete list of players
Ongmahan Marthe (Awa football girls)
Ange Bawou (Louves Minproff)
Biyina Michaely (Eclair FC)
Ayangma Pauline (FC Ebolowa)
Kouesso Magoumkoua (AWA football girls)
Tsadja Dolores (Louves Minproff)
Ndzana Collette (Éclair FC)
Nguidem Kamdem (AWA football girls)
Edjangue Siliki (FC Ebolowa)
Mercy Confidence Ngah (Vision sports FC)
Alvine Njolle (FC Minsk)
Estelle Johnson (Sky Blue USA)
Mambo Lambo Bodolo (GD Juan Grande – Spain)
Awana Marie Aurelle (Reims – France)
Mayi Kit Esther (Reims – France)
Brigitte Omboudou (Amazone FAP)
Émilienne Endale Edjenguele (Caiman Filles)
Mefire Peka Viviane (Louves minproff)
Adama Raissa (Louves minproff)
Tondji Konda Natacha (FC Ebolowa)
Ewodo Gladis (Saint Petersbourg)
Meyong Charlène (Louves minproff)
Feudjio Raissa (UD Dranadila Tenerife – Spain)
Ngock Yango Grace (Guingamp – France)
Takounda Alexandre (Éclair FC)
Ngah Manga Marie (Amazone FAP)
Lamine Nana (Amazone FAP)
Ngo Mback Batoum (Louves minproff)
Flora Kameni (Louves minproff)
Catherine Bengono (Amazone FAP)
Agnes Nkada (Pelicuria Mixtafriol, Spain)
Tchaptchet Djuka Chanelle (Tokyo University)
Akaba Edoa Michelle (Soyaux – France)
Nchout Njoya Ajara (Athletico De Madrid – Spain)
Aboudi Onguene Gabrielle (CSKA Moscow)
The indomitable Lionesses are expected to face La Roja Feminina of Chile on Thursday, February 18, 2021, for the first leg of the qualifier. Cameroon will then travel to Chile for the return leg on February 24, 2021.
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