Vincent Aboubakar in his days at Cotonsport

By Giovanni Wanneh
Football Writer,

Having began at Cotonsport in 2009, Vincent Aboubakar has made long strides for all the clubs he’s played and for country.

The ‘complete’ center forward has entered double figures in all clubs he’s played for since leaving Garoua.

‘At Cotonsport I knew so many big players but the person I always loved watching who did unreal things was Vincent Aboubakar. He has remained the same person I knew.’ said Nzana.

With over 136 goals already, Nzana has backed Aboubakar to go ahead and do more in his career.

Sebastian Nzana equally finds himself around the corridors of football.

He is a sports educator. He has had experiences like an assistant manager at Soleil Academy.

He was the head-coach with a Oran thuran Academy where he emerged Champion of the centre regional championship and he is still pursuing his coaching papers.

Nzana in this Covid-19 era is well on course already taking training courses – launched for former internationals and professionals. The first stage had to do with educators. With the little experience gathered already, Nzana is looking at coaching as a real prospect.

A household name in the nation, Sebastian Nzana started grassroot football at Jeunes Star that produced the likes of : Jean II Makoun, Mbami Modeste and many others.

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