By Angu Lesley
Football Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Wing spiker, Fawziya Abdoulkarim has announced her retirement from international Volleyball with immediate effect.
The 32-year Cameroon international for the past eight years took to the social media to announce she was quitting competing with country after a careful reflection process.
“It’s been a while since I started thinking about my future with the national selection. I have taken the decision to discontinue my international career,” Fawziya Abdoulkarim wrote on her regular Facebook handle.
The former Bafia Evolution Club wing spiker won the 2017 and 2019 African Women’s Volleyball championships at home and in Egypt with a vibrant Cameroon team.
The native of Garoua also featured at two World championships, one Volleyball world cup tournament and an Olympic games amongst others with the Volleyball Lionesses in an amazing career she can only be proud of.
Speaking about her immediate future, Fawziya revealed she is taking the extra time accorded by her retirement to concentrate on her love ones, her projects amongst other activities previously affected by international and club activities side-by-side.
Fawziya will not be forgotten in a hurry especially in the part she played in helping Cameroon end Kenya’s dominance on the continent and making Cameroon a force to reckon with on the continent for the past five years.
There have been words of appreciation from the Spiker’s fans highlighting the unforgettable memories she gave to Cameroon volleyball fans during close to a decade with the national selection.
Sens Olympique Club Volleyball Spiker will henceforth focus on achieving success for the Club.
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