By Angu Lesley
Yong Sports Academy of Bamenda have agreed terms to hire current Victoria United FC head coach David Momo Kamogne as their next coach ahead of the 2022/23 season, kick442.com has gathered.
The experienced trainer who previously worked at YOSA in the days of founder Bobe Yong Francis willl be back for a second spell imlediately after he rounds up the national interpools which starts this weekend in Limbe.
The ex-Tiko United FC and Mount Cameroon FC of Buea trainer is expected to sign a one-year deal as replacement for Martin Nkabyo who stepped down last season and recently started a new life at PWD of Bamenda.
This pan African Sports news agency understands the trainer has been monitoring the club’s trainer activities guided by his deputy Anumewa Frankline in collaboration with the club’s hierachy.
Coach David who masterminded Mount Cameroon’s historic comeback against Ajax Cape Town in the preliminaries of the 2008 CAF Champions League campaign last Elite job was at Fovu in 2018, just before he moved to Chad – where he won the domestic championship in 2021 before returning to replace Mbock Maput at the helm of Victoria United. He helped Opopo emerge champions of the Southwest regional championship – earning a place in the upcoming national interpools.
The new YOSA staff have already made seven signings this window. The likes of Chem Hebert, Nchindo John Bosco, Njongmu Rudolph have been signed by the the 2013 cup of Cameroon champions.
YOSA struggled last season, but have engaged in a number of moves to build a better team next season.
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