By Angu Lesley
Football writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Prince Seidou Mbombo Njoya, the president of the Cameroon football federation has appoint 41-year old Cameroonian trainer, Anicet Mbarga Foe as head coach of the Under-17 national selection of Cameroon.
The decision was made public in a release published this Thursday, December 11 alongside a team of five persons to accompany him in the task.
Coach Mbarga, multiple domestic championship winner replaces Thomas Libiih who won the Under-17 African cup of nations title last year in Tanzania with the outgone generation of Lions.
Winner of the 2012 Cameroon Elite One Championship as deputy to Bonaventure Djonkep at Union Sportive of Douala and masterminder of UMS of Loum’s first league title success in 2016 takes a load of experience to the national selection.
The 2017 Cameroon Elite One Champion as head coach of Eding Sport de la Lekie and that year’s coach of the year, the German-trained tactician has been consistently successful on the domestic scene.
Anicet Mbarga, once of New Stars of Douala secured promotion for Bamboutos FC of Mbouda and Astres of Douala in the previous two Elite Two seasons.
His appointment as coach of the Under-17 national selection of Cameroon has been appreciated by many Pundits, sure for his hard work over the years at different Clubs.
The Under-17 Lions of Cameroon are expected to get their arts right in next year’s Under-17 AFCON in Morocco.
Coach Mbarga will be assisted by coach Yerima Jean Claude, Saidou Hamadjoda who will be in charge of the goalkeepers while Nseme Alain Roger is the fitness coach.
Former Indomitable Lions of Cameroon midfielder Anouldji Nicolas has also been named team manager of the selection and Angu Lesley appointed media officer of the entire team
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