By Angu Lesley
2021 unbeaten Guinness Super League Champions, Awa Ladies of Yaounde have made public their first signings of the close season transfer window as they prepare for the new season.
The Communications department took to social media earlier this Tuesday to reveal that the club has completed the acquisition of forward Lamine Mana, Nke Nke Nina, Delsir Matapa, Roukayatou,Marly Confidence, Syrielle Mbofewole and secured the return of Cecilia Mogai.
Lamine Mana who is Cameroon International with the Under-20 selection and has had sporadic call ups to the senior national selection had a great season at FAP scoring nine goals thus earning a place amongst the nominees for the Guinesss Super League player of the season.
She has ended her two years collaboration with FAP and taken up a new challenge that will see her debut in the CAF interclubs competitions next season as Awa Ladies will be participating in the CAF Champions League.
Nke Nina also walks through the club’s recruitment doors from FAP where she also had an excellent season.
Cecilia Mogai who previously played for AWA Ladies before leaving to take up a new challenge elsewhere has returned home as the club announced.
Marly Confidence also joins the Champions from Vision Sports FC of Bamenda where she spent two successful years while Under-20 Lionesses Delsir Matapa who can play as a winger and forward has been snapped up from Canon Yaounde Ladies.
Former Under-17 Lionesses midfielder, Roukayatou Montahpenboura from FC Ebolowa and Syrielle Mbofewole complete the list new recruits which improves an already great squad.
Coach Hassan Ibrahim and his team will be the lone representative of Cameroon in the preliminaries of the CAF Champions League next season and hope to better Louves Minproff who were stopped in the first round of this season’s competition by Futuro Kings of Equatorial Guinea.
The 2021-2022 Guinesss Super League season is expected to begin in less than six weeks.
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