By Anye Nde Nsoh
Football Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
One of YOSA’s new signings Njibero Durell Nkartikeh has scored a hat-trick against Global Foot Academy in a friendly encounter.
The former Foncha Street FC striker who launched the smile on the faces of fans in under 120 seconds braced it in the third minutes of play in the game.
Barely 5 minutes to the end of the first half of play, he netted his first hat-trick for Yong Sports Academy of Bamenda.
Speaking to kick442.com shortly after exiting the pitch, he acknowledges the help of his team mates and the determination getting into the field of play.
“The help from other team mates pressing high as the coach instructs is more than anything.
Determination before going into the game. You don’t minimize games as a footballer, you go with all determination to play no matter the opponent.”
Njibero also known as “Caesar” sees football as a game wherein progress is constant
“Football as a game, is one which is played to progress. To me, it is a step forward. Being a footballer is a great opportunity to show off talent and to move forward as well. We always try to improve. It is a step forward and it is evident that I am progressing as a footballer.” Durell told kick442.com
As former captain for the University games football team in 2018, qualifying his stay in the club since he left Foncha Street FC togetherness and friendship is what exists in the team.
The 23 year-old who is a submissive and obedient striker, has confessed that it is the place of the coach to decide the position of a striker in a match. And as a versitil player, he matches all positions to give his team the best.
” I am just trying because it is the place of the coach to decide if I will play as an attacker. So I am trying and if it does not go I can be put else where. Anywhere I am placed, I do my best to play.”
Njibero in the process of joining YOSA, aims for the best and is working for the best for the club.
Njibero Durell Nkartikeh played for National Polytechnic for four seasons while the club was in Elite two. He later joined PWD of Bamenda while the club was at the Regional level and later promoted to the Elite two side. He continued his career to feature for Rainbow FC in the National Interpool. From there Foncha Street FC became his favorite before YOSA got interested.
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