Panthere's starting XI vs TKC

By Angu Lesley

Football Writer, Cameroon

Experienced Cameroonian midfielder, Willy Stephane Nnameji, 30 has agreed a deal to join newly promoted Cameroon League 1 side Panthère Sportive of Nde.

The midfielder who is in the final days of his two-years suspensions from all FECAFOOT activities as a result of his controversial transfer from UMS to Eding Sport de la Lakie in December 2017 will only be eligible to feature for Panthère in February 2020.

“It has not been very easy for me but, I have learned my lessons and can’t wait to get going. I will play for Panthère next year”; Nnameji told this Monday.

The dead ball specialist whose career started at Union Sportive of Douala over 10 years ago has represented Fovu of Baham but enjoyed his best days in the Cameroon League 1 championship in his UMS days.

Nnameji won two league one titles with UMS of Loum and a cup of Cameroon trophy in a wonderful five years spell.

He made two appearances for Cameroon at the 2018 CHAN competition.

Panthère of Nde have had their issues in front of the goal this season. They have scored seven goals in 15 league games this season and occupy the 8th spot with 21 points.

The charges of coach Charles Kamdem face Canon Yaounde in match-day 16 on Sunday in Yaounde before returning home to host struggling AS Fortuna in Wednesday.

Nnameji has not played a competitive game since appearing in UMS’ double CAF Champions League confrontation against Congolese side AS Vita in August.

He was UMS’ lead scorer with four goals last term and could likely return to league action in match-day 20 when Panthère faces current league leaders Cotonsport of Garoua in Garoua.

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