Coach Charlemagne Mbongo ( images)

By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, Cameroon

UMS of Loum have parted company with coach Albert Charlemagne Mbongo after barely two weeks after he returned to the club for his second spell as coach.

The current Champions of Cameroon appointed the former Bamboutos FC, Astres of Douala, Colombe Dja boss as their boss on the 27th of July this year as replacement for 2019 title winner Laurent George Djam but both parties have terminated their contract for the first time after just 2 games in charge.

Charlemagne Mbongo returned to the club two weeks ago but he has again terminated his relationship with the club.

In all Coach Charlemagne Mbongo managed the club in 5 games in two spells earning two draws and three defeats.

UMS is believed to be in the market for a new coach ahead of their fourth league game of the season away to PWD of Bamenda.

The club’s management has come under huge scrutiny even from it’s own fans as a result of CEO Pierre Kwemo’s tendency of “hiring and firing” managers nearly for fun.

Created in 2011 and promoted to the top flight 3 years later, George Laurent Djam is the only man to have been coach of UMS of Loum for a full season since they became a topflight club.

Whoever is appointed coach of will be the third person the club is appointing and the fourth appointment of a coach after just 6 games in all competitions this season.


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