Reliable Cameroonian striker Tamo Giresse Tinwo has told on Thursday that worries surrounding his future and football career have been laid to rest.

The former YOSA Bamenda forward scored 9 times for Stade Renard in the 2018/2019 season but left unceremoniously after signing a licence requisition document  for the Melong club.

Tamo joined UMS in November last year but could not play for the club in the League 1 championship given that he had a valid licence for Stade Renard in the current season.

He was in Yaounde on Thursday to negotiate and get a clearance from UMS’ president, Pierre Kwemo and he will be resuming training in Melong on Monday.

“I am going back to where I enjoyed my best football.Through this difficult times,the people of Melong have shown excess love for me. I wish to thank everyone that made effort to help me get off this difficult situation.I am grateful to the entire Renard family and will work double to make sure I give my best in the second round of the championship” Tamo told

Tamo played just two CAF champions league games for UMS.


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