By Anye Nde Nsoh
Football Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
YOSA’s Yuh Moses who doubles as one of the youngest to play in Cameroon Elite one championship tbis season has lamented over the global pandemic affecting the football and other sectors these days.
“It’s a very sad and pathetic time for us all because in one way or the other we all are affected but we can only pray to God to help out.”
“Ozil” as nicknamed because of his dangerous left foot recently made his debut for the Northwest division one outfit only for his sweet run in the team to be curtailed by the outbreak of the CoronaVirus.
Over two weeks into a strange lifestyle training alone without football, Yuh remains prayerful and continues working to keep fit despite the uncertainty looming over the future of the Cameroon League one championship.
In a recent interview with kick442.com, the teenage sensation had some warm words.
“While staying home, we can only pray to God. I have to work out very hard because no one knows when it will end. All I can do is to keep myself very fit for whenever football resumes.”
His work rate has improved with Nchindo John Bosco of PWD serving as his motivation.
“I find it easy working home. I have some equipments to ease work. Again, I live with one of my favorite opponents Nchindo John Bosco of PWD of Bamenda, so it’s all fun working together with him.
Nevertheless, we stay home, safe and pray to God to intercede for us.”
Though he joined YOSA in this mid-season transfer window, he feels comfortable with his entire squad. He qualifies his stay as a good one.
“My stay in Yong Sports Academy has been a good one. I joined the clun in the second round, I’ve been able to play four games. I have recorded an assist and believe I will do better with hard work. The treatment I get is cool”
“I cannot complain of any difficulties. I am highly encouraged by my coach, Nkabyo Martin. He talks to me more often and corrects me. In addition, he treats me like a son same with my team mates with the likes of Tengemo Emmanuel,Tongua Armel, Chia Gareth and others encourage me as well as teach me. They correct me when necessary and ensure am comfortable.”
He calls on other players to respect preventive measures, be steadfast and committed to duty
“I will advice my colleagues to remain steadfast, more important and try as much as possible to work out at home.”
Not forgetting God being our creator Yuh Ozil says God is still alive and we should look up to him.
“I will just wish to tell everyone in the world who has been affected in one way or the other to be strong. For the God we serve is still alive.We need to stay home and fight against the Covid-19 and never stop prayin. I believe soon everything will be back to normal again.” Yuh said.
The 16-year-old will turn 17 by June 2020, made his first appearance for Yong Sports Academy on match day 24 against Avion Academy. To him, his coming to Yong Sports is a dream come true.
“It is a very exciting experience for me, it has been a dream come true.”, said Yuh Moses.” Yuh Concluded
The youngster was very instrumental during his youthful days with the FENASCO A Games and won multiple Gold medals.
Yong sports is currently ranked 6th with 40points.
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