By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon
The head coach of the Under-17 Lionesses of Cameroon has named a 25-players squad to enter camp with immediate effect.
Brenda Tabe and 24 others are expected rally at the CAF Excellence center in Mbankomo from October 16 to November 1 as part of their preparations for the first leg of the last round of the 2021 women’s Under-17 FIFA World Cup against Uganda in Kampala later this month.
The gaffer has made some changes to the first squad of players he assembled a few weeks ago for the first camp post Covid-19.
New faces Enganaben Annie of FC Ebolowa, Ngasseh Mbelle AS Patriots, Lamine Mana of AS FAP have come into the squad to replace the likes of Elive Larissa while regulars Brenda Tabe, Michaely Bihina, Nkada Nkada and Ndome Mbella Elise, have kept their places.
🇨🇲The head coach of the Under-17 Lionesses of Cameroon has named a 25-players squad to enter camp with immediate effect. They are preparing for two FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Uganda later this month in Kampala and next month in Yaoundé-Cameroon.@Kick4422 pic.twitter.com/VrDhwbFe86
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It is the second camp since March 2020 when they beat Sao Tome and Principe just before the outbreak of the Corona Virus pandemic.
Coach Stephane Ndzana has summoned three goalkeepers, eight defenders, seven midfielders and seven attackers.
Complete List Of Players in camp:
Michaely Bihina (Éclair de Sa’a)
Kana Eleonor Georgette (Lekie d’Obala)
Noah Mendoula Marie (AS Fortuna)
Layou Rose (Lekie d’Obala)
Nkada Nkada Saturne Diane (Lekie d’Obala)
Ngambe Ladifatou Adjidja (A.S Patriotes)
Roukayatou Montahpenboura (FC Ebolowa)
Maague Mariane Ines (Vision Sports FC)
YANGA Linsy (ADEF De Yaounde)
Abumba II Clarisse (AS Fortuna)
SINMI Manuela (AJSAC de Douala)
Balbine Ngafo (Louves minproff)
Nfonke Dibango Nahida Lorelle (Lekie d’Obala)
Ndome Mbella Elise (Louves MINPROFF)
Ngock Monique (Éclair De Sa’a)
Mbiandji Suzie (ANAFOOT)
Keumedjio Melya (Lekie D’Obala)
Nana Oceane (ANAFOOT Yaoundé-Cameroon)
Nnanga Ebolo (Canon FF)
Tabe Brenda Ebika (AWA FC De Yaoundé)
Wabeua Doly Diane (Éclair De Sa’a)
Ngo Nka’a Michelle Rosine (Maranatha de Douala)
Camilla Yvette Dama (AS Diamare de Maroua)
Ngasseh Mbele (AS Patriote)
Lamine Mana (AS FAP)
The U17 lionesses of Cameroon had beaten Sao Tome and Principe 10#0 in the previous round of the qualifiers, before the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic, and will now face Uganda in the next round of Qualifiers this month away and next month at home.
Only players born on or after 1 January 2003, are eligible to compete in the tournament. Three teams will qualify to represent CAF in competition.
The 7th edition of the FIFA U17 women’s world cup will take place in India in February 2021.
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